Kodak to Introduce Electra Max at Graph Expo
September 8, 2015 By PrintAction Staff
At the upcoming Graph Expo trade show, beginning September 14 in Chicago, Kodak will highlight its new Electra Max thermal plates, which will be available in the company’s first quarter for United States and Canada.
The Electra Max plates are designed for the requirements of commercial and packaging printers needing a high-performance plate. Kodak explains this includes strong on-press robustness and solvent resistance for harsh environments such as UV, 10-micron FM screening capability, long unbaked run lengths, fast imaging and processing speeds and low chemistry usage.
At Graph Expo, Kodak will also showcase its new Q2400/Q3600 large format thermal platesetters, which can image plates up to 1,422 x 1,804 mm or 1,600 x 2,083 mm, respectively. Featuring unique Kodak Squarespot Imaging Technology, the Trendsetter demonstration at Graph Expo will be processing Sonora Process Free Plates and the new Electra Max Thermal Plates.
Kodak also plans to highlight Prinergy 7, which was introduced in May 2015. Prinergy Workflow 7 software focuses on automating core workflow functions like job creation, collaboration, file processing, trapping, proofing, imposition and colour management. One of its new features allows for callas Preflight Profile Integration. Preflight+ allows the integration of callas preflight profiles for improved quality control and reduced manual touch points.
Prinergy 7 also includes what the company describes as layered PDF versioning enhancements, which provide improved error detection and better control over multiple layers of files.
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