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Nic Rossmüller : October 30th 2006 - 20:00 CET

Compose System at Digital Print World 2006


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Digital print worldCompose System at Digital Print World 2006 : Compose System, will partner up with Presstek at Digital Print World 2006, taking place from October 17th to 19th in London, UK. Located on booth 240, Compose will demonstrate Express WorkFlow handling all prepress operations for CtP and digital printing applications, integrating seamlessly to the entire range of Presstek DI press and chemistry free CtP systems such as Dimension and Vector. Visitors can see live demos of Star Proof V5, the innovative dot proof solution for inkjet printers, producing quality contract proofs up to 200 lpi. Star Proof is a true dot proofing solution for producing 200lpi contract proofs on inkjet printers - quickly and economically.
Compose System at Digital Print World 2006Compose System - High resolution
With its Actual Dot system to replicate original screening and dot patterns at proofing resolutions, Star Proof delivers top quality proofs with a hard dot, sharp images, accurate colour and fine detail - just as they will appear on the press. And with room proofing architecture to resemble the same set of high resolution separations that are sent to the plate setter/image setter, Star Proof ensures data integrity between proof and print. Compose System's Express WorkFlow provides reliability and efficiency to meet the ever changing demands of today's prepress industry.

Digital Print World 2006 - Compose system
At its heart is the Compose Express RIP - a fast, flexible version of the Harlequin RIP offering high levels of performance and productivity. A professional prepress workflow system, Express WorkFlow combines practical functionality with ease of use, ensuring tight integration and smooth data delivery between all processes in the customer’s prepress workflow. Express WorkFlow optimizes and automates the production process and ensures data integrity, whether handling PDF or pure PostScript workflow.

About Compose System
Founded in 1987, Compose System, a leading Harlequin OEM, is an established developer of prepress workflow and digital colour proofing solutions. Compose has offices in Hong Kong, China, North America and the United Kingdom. Its solutions are centered on the professional Express WorkFlow systems. Compose's comprehensive range of high performance and versatile products include NewsFlow, PDF-Imposition and Star Proof. These products are sold and supported through a strong network of dealers spanning over five continents.





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