Mitsubishi Imaging and BAUM Partner at Graph Expo 2011

The BaumPrint 18 press was featured prominently in the Mitsubishi Imaging booth at Graph Expo 2011. The BaumPrint 18 automated small format press was operating in the Mitsubishi booth featuring the latest Mitsubishi plate technology.

Pictured in the photo of the Mitsubishi Imaging booth is Geoff Schwartz, Regional Manager at Mitsubishi Imaging.

Mitsubishi Imaging offers a wide range of eco-friendly and affordable CTP systems specifically designed for in-plant and commercial printers of all sizes. For the 2-up printer, our process-less and chemistry-free Thermal DigiPlate CTP system, capable of running 1200 dpi plates at 75 plates per hour with no chemicals, no toner and no ink ribbons, also meets high volume requirements.

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.
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.

About Baumfolder
BAUM has been a leader in the graphic arts industry as an equipment manufacturer, designer and distributor for 94 years.  BAUM designs, builds and distributes world class folding machines and has many related products including guillotine cutters, drills, creasing machines, printing presses and material handling equipment. BAUM continues to lead the market with new technologies and design, including the new IR dryer option to the BaumPrint 18 small format automated press line. For more information on the BaumPrint 18 Press and the new IR dryer option, go to www.baumfolder.com or contact your local authorized BAUM sales representative at 1-800-543-6107.

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