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Suprasetter pioneer moves to latest generation CtP system


Kingsley Print & Design has taken delivery of a Suprasetter A75 which it has funded through a Heidelberg consumables deal. The Egham company was among the first companies to buy the Heidelberg manufactured Suprasetter CtP system but after 12 years of great service the time had come for a new generation machine.

“It is a quicker and much more compact machine; it is about half the size so has freed up a lot of space,” says Bradley Vaughan, managing director of the Egham business. “Buying on a consumables deal spreads our repayments and, given that includes software upgrades, is good value for money.”

The company uses about 1,500 plates a month and has chosen to use processless plates which fits with its environmental policy. The CtP device is the lowest energy system in its class which also helps.

Kingsley Print will run the Suprasetter for about 16 hours a day to keep the company’s hungry Speedmaster XL 75-5+L press fed.

It handles work for multi-nationals through to small local firms and reliability is key and that influenced its choice of CtP device. The Suprasetter A 75 runs plates from 240 x 240mm up to 676 x 760m format and with resolution options of 2,400dpi or 2,540dpi which means an output of between 17 and 22 plates an hour.

For further information please contact:

Diana Thompson, Plus Point PR Ltd, on 01494-817178
Bradley Vaughan, Kingsley Print & Design, on 01784-430533.

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