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Jun 1, 2010 12:00 AM


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  • Partnering with Fujifilm Graphic Systems Division, Universal Printing (Durham, NC) has installed a new 4-up Dart thermal platesetter and is now running Fujifilm's Ecomaxx-T processless plates.

  • Trade print service provider AccuLink (Greenville, NC) has installed an HP Indigo 7000 Digital Press and HP Exstream software to expand its portfolio of value-added solutions and meet growing demand for multipage, multicolor projects and variable-data printing.

  • MEGTEC Systems Inc. announces the purchase of two MEGTEC vertical dryers and chill stands by Signature Graphics of Portland, OR, adding heatset capabilities as part of an expansion to its existing Tensor press.

  • The Glunz & Jensen PlateWriter 2000 brought metal plates back to A.J. Hawthorne Printing Co. of Beaumont, TX, replacing a polyester plate system.

  • Syracuse, NY printer Eastwood Litho streamlined its workflow with Kodak Prinergy Connect and the Kodak InSite Prepress Portal System.

  • Agfa Graphics (www.agfa.com) (Ridgefield Park, NJ) announces Toronto-based screen printer Cameron Advertising Displays Ltd. (www.camad.com) has invested in the first :M Press Tiger in North America. Cameron is more than 60 years old and boasts annual sales exceeding 10 million dollars.

  • Canon Business Solutions Inc., a subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., announces Kwik Kopy Printing & Mailing of Chicago has installed the Canon imagePRESS C6000VP digital press to support the need for high quality digital color output.

  • Moquin Press (Belmont, CA) has installed an Easygluer 100 folder-gluer from Heidelberg; The Little Print Shop (Rapid City, SD) replaced an aging Printmaster QM 46 with a QM 46 2-color press; and Graphicolor Printing, Inc. (New Berlin, WI) has installed a 2-up Suprasetter A52 CTP device from Heidelberg.