Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM), Inc. announced it will be hosting an Open House Customer Event Day for small format printers on Thursday, March 29, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM in its Demonstration and Training Center in Rye, New York.
“Mitsubishi Imaging will be conducting hourly demonstrations on its chemistry-free TDP-459, 2-up CTP platesetter operating with a BaumPrint 18 small format automated offset press and Baum 714XA tabletop automated folder,” according to Suzanne Bostick, Senior Product Manager, Mitsubishi Imaging. “We are anticipating an excellent turnout from small commercial, in-plant and quick printers on the east coast.”
“In addition to Mitsubishi Imaging sales and service staff, representatives from BAUM as well as local dealers including A.L. Larsen, Graphic Service & Equipment, G.E. Richards, Jack L. Popkin and Best Tech Graphic Equipment will be on hand to help facilitate the demos and answer customer’s questions,” Bostick added.
The information-packed event follows two days of hands-on (by invitation only) press operator training and allows small format printers to see the latest innovations in chemistry free platemaking as well as in printing and folding automations.
Plates from the Thermal DigiPlate chemistry-free CTP system will be run on the BaumPrint 18 automated small format press during the open house. The BaumPrint 18 press, provided by Baumfolder, is the ideal companion for the affordable and eco-friendly CTP systems from Mitsubishi Imaging. Known for its high level of automation, the BaumPrint 18 will also include the new IR dryer option to create the ideal conditions for cost-effective production of one, two, and multi-color jobs.
In the same workflow, printers can also see demos of the space-saving Baumfolder 714XA Autofold tabletop folder, which will feed and fold laser, offset and other digitally printed stock from 3” x 5" to 14” x 25.5".
Mitsubishi Imaging offers a wide range of eco-friendly and affordable CTP systems specifically designed for the 2-up printer. As a leader in sustainable green technology, Mitsubishi is proud to show its chemistry-free Thermal DigiPlate™ CTP platesetter which outputs up to 75 plates per hour at 1200 dpi on Mitsubishi patented resin coated paper media. Without the need for chemicals, ribbons, inks or processors, the TDP-459/324 platesetter makes plates quickly and cleanly. Additional savings on chemistry disposal, plate costs, maintenance, labor and time helps the Mitsubishi Imaging Thermal DigiPlate CTP System give small to medium sized printers a competitive edge so they can gain more jobs and increase their profitability.
Customers are encouraged to bring or send actual 2-up job files to be run live at the Open House to: Suzanne Bostick: 914-925-3288, firstname.lastname@example.org.