DuPont Packaging Graphics installs world’s first DuPont Cyrel 3000 Modular InLiner at Phototype
New Flexographic Printing System Provides Plate Processing Through Finishing in One Linear Design
DuPont Packaging Graphics(DuPont, dupont.com) announces that it has installed the world’s first DuPont™ Cyrel® 3000 Modular InLiner flexographic platemaking system at Phototype, a leading independently owned brand building company in Cincinnati, OH. Capable of processing more than 120 high-quality photopolymer plates per day, this new Cyrel® InLiner system combines processor, dryer, light finisher and stacker into one unit that delivers quality results at high speed.
“Plate production productivity has increased by more than 25 percent since the installation,” says Bill Hounshell, vice president printing services, Phototype. “The service and response time from DuPont is exceptional so it was an easy decision to have this new Cyrel® InLiner installed. Installation was completed quickly and we were processing plates within one week. Since then we have been virtually error-free for more than six months.”
The Cyrel® 3000 Modular InLiner allows Phototype’s operators to make high-quality plates with reduced errors, provide better-quality plate washout, and improve plate production efficiencies while reducing their workload and stress.
“Phototype, like DuPont, has a long history of building its business and we take the trust they place in us very seriously,” says Wendy Andrushko, regional leader, Americas, DuPont Packaging Graphics. “We want to support them as they continue to grow their business and the adoption of new integrated systems, such as the Cyrel® 3000 InLiner with its high-production capabilities, will help put them in an excellent position for future success.”
Founded in1919, Phototype is one of the longest running, independently owned brand building companies in the United States. Phototype employs over 250 customer service managers, strategists, designers, production artists, graphics application and workflow specialists, programmers, color scientists and printing experts.