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Old 06-28-2006, 01:01 AM   #1
Jaclina
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Default Poly vs metal

Hi

I need some advise on a prepress matter - I've started working with a new company and I'm managing the production of several hundred questionnaires. I'm also working with a new printer.

These questionnaires, once printed, will be sent out to people who will fill them out and send them back. The questionnaires will then be data scanned. The scanning people tell me that even the very slightest movement at the print stage will throw out the scanning setup and they will have to setup all over again if this occurs. Would using polyplates for this job be the best option? Or would it be better to request metal plates due to the sensitivity of the scanning software?
Thanks in advance for any advice
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