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Me & my: Agfa Apogee Cloud workflow solution

In May, Prinovis UK hosted a VIP event to officially launch its new web offset printing capability. The Liverpool-based print company, which following Polestar’s collapse in 2016, became the UK’s only remaining publication gravure printer, took delivery of a highly specced Goss M600A 16pp web press earlier this year following the collapse of Manchester print firm G&H.

Me & my: Accura MIS

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  • Monday, September 25, 2017
Past, present and future were the focus of his new piece of technology. After eight years in business Imagink managing director Mike Saunders resolved to invest in a management information system.

Star product: Serif Affinity Publisher

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  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019
A fully featured page layout program with complementary image and vector packages that has the potential to take on Adobe’s dominance at a fraction of the price, from British developer Serif

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.

Me & my... Crimsonwing ERP

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  • Thursday, September 6, 2012
A leading light in magazine printing, S&G found the conclusion of a three-year process to streamlime its workflow to be surprisingly stress-free

Taopix

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  • Wednesday, September 30, 2009
This photo product platform can open up lucrative opportunities in the digital market, says Barney Cox

CDI Spark 2530

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  • Wednesday, August 26, 2009
This machine was an affordable option for flexo printers who wanted to move from imagesetters to CTP systems, discovers Nosmot Gbadamosi

Compose Star Proof

Glyn Stanley, studio manager at London-based MBA Group, rates the crisp quality and accurate calibration of his user-friendly proofing software

EFI Colorproof XF 3.0

At last week's MacExpo in London, EFI demonstrated the first Mac OS X version of its Colorproof XF server, running on the latest Intel Macs. This will be released early next year, so it was too early for us to give it a hands-on test, but now is a good point at which to revisit the Windows version, which was upgraded to version 3.0 in June. The Mac server will work the same way and will be fairly invisible in use, as the operator mainly works through the client application, which is already available on Mac OS X as well as Windows.

Fujifilm Luxel T-9000

At Ipex 1998, Fujifilm launched its first thermal CTP product: the Luxel T-9000 with the Brillia LH-PI plate and FLH-P processor. Fujifilm Graphic Systems marketing director Graham Leeson explains: "The Luxel was our first step into thermal CTP and was brought in to complement our existing photopolymer CTP machines." Targeted predominantly at B1 printers, the Luxel T-9000 and subsequent models proved extremely popular for Fuji.

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