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Mitsubishi Imaging presents Graph Expo plans

Aug 9, 2011 12:00 AM


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At Graph Expo 2011, Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) Inc. will show commercial printers of all sizes a variety of affordable solutions for inkjet and computer-to-plate technologies. From innovative and environmentally friendly CTP systems to world class specialty inkjet media for proofing and printing, Mitsubishi Imaging is committed to providing the next generation of printers the right solutions to help them grow their business.

Mitsubishi Imaging will present new products for digital presses, including DP Series Specialty Media for the HP Indigo. Designated as an HP Certified Substrate, it is for the production of professional applications such as photo books, wedding albums, fine art prints, greeting cards, posters and brochures.

Mitsubishi Paper Mills will feature Mitsubishi high quality, specialty media for printing on high-speed, continuous-feed, color inkjet presses that is designed to achieve true color reproduction, fast drying time and superior line sharpness for a variety of applications such as variable data, financial, books, brochures, print-on-demand, direct mail and more.

Mitsubishi Imaging has recently added metallic inkjet photo media to the Diamond Jet portfolio and will be printing live at the show. With a metallic gloss surface finish that is similar to silver halide metallic photo papers, Diamond Jet Metallic inkjet media offers exceptional image clarity and brilliant color reproduction with a high-gloss metallic finish.

The company will demonstrate how to use Diamond Jet Inkjet Film media to replace traditional Graphic Arts film.  By driving a high quality, wide format inkjet proofer/printer from a film RIP and using Mitsubishi Diamond Jet Inkjet Film media, customers can output high density clear film in a more cost effective way.

The 2-up processless and chemistry-free Thermal DigiPlate CTP system will demonstrate 1,200-dpi plates at 75 plates per hour with no chemicals, toner or ink ribbons.

Mitsubishi Imaging will preview its chemistry-free, violet-sensitive DigiPlate CTP System, comprised of the chemistry-free PDP-VL DigiPlate and PDP violet CTP platesetter.