Imprimerie Publidiffusion of Windsor, Quebec, has installed a new Highwater Cobra II computer-to-plate system. The printing company has operated in the Laval region for 40 years, including its continuous production of the weekly newspaper l’Étincelle.
Purchased through distributor Nustream Graphic, the Cobra II is a manual load-unload imaging engine designed specifically for the B3/2-up commercial print market. It exposes violet metal plates (30 per hour) based on internal drum imaging optics and a 120mW laser diode, reaching a 2,540-dpi resolution.
In addition to the Highwater Cobra II, Imprimerie Publidiffusion is also installing a Maya plate processor and Arlequin RIP.
Pictured left to right: Alexis Aubre, Sales Representative at Nustream Graphic; Claude Frénette, owner of Imprimerie Publidiffusion; and Julien Kervedez, Integrator at Nustream Graphic.
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