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GEORGIA-PACIFIC BRINGS FAMILY OF DIGITAL PAPERS TO ONDEMAND EXPO 2001
Digital Printers Will Learn Benefits of G-P Paper for On Demand DocumentsGeorgia-Pacific will demonstrate the benefits of its wide range of digital papers at this year's On Demand Expo in New York City, February 28 through March 2. Imaging Professionals can examine how Georgia-Pacific broadens the prospects for digital printing by enhancing applications requiring various colors, textures, and grades of paper.
"Georgia-Pacific is helping on-demand printers succeed today with the most comprehensive family of digital papers on the market," says Jim Miller, group marketing manager for imaging papers at Georgia-Pacific. "Our paper is engineered to enhance the performance of digital equipment and broaden the market for digital applications."
Georgia-Pacific's digital line at On-Demand 2001 will include the Microprint(r) family of technology papers and Quantum(r) Digital Opaque: papers specifically designed for the unique needs of high-speed digital printing. Also on display will be Valorem(r) and HOTS(r), which offer a rainbow of colors often not available to digital printers.
"Paper for the digital age of printing is vital at a time when so many new digital presses installations are occurring in commercial print shops," says Miller. "Commercial printers and their customers are accustomed to having many paper choices for the wide variety of applications that they service. The Georgia-Pacific line gives them the choices they want with papers specifically designed for optimal digital printing."
At On Demand 2001, Georgia-Pacific will also preview new paper that is specifically designed to print well in both digital and offset presses. This cross-platform capability gives printers versatility and allows them to achieve the same look in the final document although printed with two different processes.