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Sprinting forward in platemaking

27/05/2016

King’s Lynn design, copy and print operation Sprint will take out a Glunz & Jensen CTP2000 device and replace it with the a Suprasetter A 75 in July. This follows on from investments over the last two years in a Speedmaster SM 52-2 and a Polar N 78 Plus and opens up the potential for workflow connectivity.

“We think this investment in CtP and the ability to hike up plate output to 20 plus plates an hour is the right move,” says Sprint managing director Gary Hart. “It will meet our plate demand moving forward; we are attracting new business and we need to have the higher output. We also use their consumables service for our plates and chemistry.”

Sprint is particularly strong in insurance, recruitment, manufacturing and pharma markets. It prides itself of providing a professional and personal service and offering the right price with no hidden extras. It offers artwork and design through to print (litho and dgital) and delivery with along with a stock tracking service.

• In Hall 1 at Drupa Heidelberg will demonstrate a Suprasetter operating with both a new Auto Pallet Loader (APL) and a Dual Cassette Loader (DCL). This configuration will allow users to load up to three different plate formats. It will be run in- line with a plate processor, plate bender and plate stacker to create an automated line for plate production. It will also demonstrate its more automated Online Shop and have two consumables information points.

For further information please contact:
Diana Thompson, Plus Point PR Ltd, on 01494-817178
Or
Stephen Kyle, Heidelberg UK, on 07831-211239
Or
Gary Hart, Sprint, on 01553-770226.

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