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Me & my... Lucky HuaGuang

Switching to new plates on the back of a UK trade show has increased production and resulted in significant cost savings at Edwardthompson.

Me & my: Agfa Advantage N-DL

Many print companies that run a fleet of machinery from the same manufacturer are likely to cite benefits including consistent quality across the business, proven reliability, the ability to easily transfer jobs from one machine to another, and strong relationships with the supplier among reasons for returning time and time again.

Me & my: Kodak Electra Max

Mark Graham knew years ago that he had a problem. The pre-production manager at print and packaging giant Multi Packaging Solutions’ (MPS) Newcastle Upon Tyne site was using baked plates and the process was costing him a fortune to keep up.

Me & my: Kodak Sonora XP

Despite the fact the technology has been around since the mid-1990s, going processless is still, for many printers, a leap of faith. For Harrow-based Imega Print Group it was no different; joint managing directors Lynn Tosh and Ken Varnham admit to having had “reservations” about the technology, prior to making the switch in late 2013.

Me & my: Fuji Brillia plates, PlateRite platesetter and processor

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  • Monday, September 15, 2014
For many printers, beta testing a prospective bit of kit is something akin to a Top Gear challenge. The kit is put through its paces on all sorts of different jobs, the data’s crunched and pored over, with the company’s top techy whizzes scrutinising its every move.

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