GOA 2010 Exhibitors Among Industry’s Best
MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—Graphics of the Americas (GOA), celebrating its 35th anniversary February 25-27 in Miami Beach, Florida, has announced that an extensive line-up of exhibitors has again signed up to be part of one of the largest, annual combined exposition and education events in the U.S.
A unique expo and conference that attracts print providers, suppliers, and creative professionals from all over the world, GOA 2010 showcases the convergence of industry knowledge, products, and technology.
GOA 2010 has secured close to 200 exhibitors to date including HP, Presstek, Riso, Van Son Holland, X-Rite Inc./Pantone, Rollem International, and many others. Heidelberg and Adobe are hosting special bonus sessions this year, while educational, theoretical, and practical sessions covering virtually every facet of technology, strategy, and management are being offered. To see the current exhibitor list, please visit www.graphicsoftheamericas.com.
George Ryan, president of GOA, says, “Upwards of 9,500 qualified printing professionals come to GOA to view the latest industry products and services and to compare, evaluate, and make purchasing decisions. Our 2010 show offers a diverse exhibitor base combined with cutting-edge education sessions offered in both English and Spanish. There really is something for everyone this year and it is not to be missed.”
Presstek, Inc. will be showcasing its Presstek 52DI digital offset printing press; Presstek Vector FL52 with Freedom Pro Plates; DPM Pro 400; PathWay Web-to-Print Solution; Presstek Latitude, a highly automated PDF/JDF workflow; and the Presstek Momentum Pro, a fully-integrated RIP and workflow solution designed to automate the production process using certified PDF tools.
Rollem will introduce the Advantage Card Cutting system for finishing multiple-up Greeting cards and Photo cards. This two-directional system edge trims the images in both directions, slits each card, and applies the finest quality score and cut-score available.
Die Cutters, Inc., home of Cleen-Cut Flatbed Die Cutters, has rolled out its new 15-inch Tabletop model, designed to handle those small but sometimes intricate and delicate projects.