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CMM to feature CtP technology

CMM International, produced and managed by Miller Freeman, Inc. (New York, NY), has announced a special Computer to Plate Technology Center to be unveiled at the 1999 event in Chicago, April 12-15.
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The CtP Technology Center will feature the latest products driving this new technology.

"CtP technology is one of the most significant advanacements that we've seen in the converting/package printing industry in the last decade" says Leo Nadolske vice president of CMM Events. "More and more converters and package printing professionals are exploring the advantages of this process and rely on CMM exhibitors to help keep them abreast of such significant advances in converting technology."

CtP technology which simplifies or eliminates significant portions of conventional prepress work is said to offer outstanding quality and time savings. Combined with the fact that it's environmentally friendly because no film or chemicals are used many converting and package printing professionals have already begun investing in this new technology.

In conjunction with the CtP center show management will also offer the CtP/Prepress Theater which will allow participants to showcase their specific products in 30-min presentations throughout the show. And completing the CtP learning experience the CMM Conference Program will offer several sessions focusing specifically on CtP technology.

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