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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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There is a speed bump dogging the supremacy of inkjet technology like trouble dogs River City. We’re talking about de-inking. That is to say, “pulp laundering”, the key component of the recycling process in which ink residue is washed and filtered out of incoming paper stock. The problem is that aqueous inkjet formulations are difficult to completely remove from paper pulp and that can mess up the whole process.

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