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Bob Weber to Launch Private Label Processless Plates

“Processless plates” have referred to a variety of plate technologies that eliminate, not always totally, but at the very least substantially, the need to chemically process plates after imaging. Processless and chemistry-free platemaking saves time and the cost of the chemicals, and is better for the environment as well as employee health and safety.

Bob Weber Inc has already carved out a niche specializing in reconditioned CTP and other prepress equipment, as well as parts and supplies. In the next month or so, the 33-year-old company is rolling out three lines of its own new private-label processless plates.

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