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CPAC moves into digital imaging

Marking its first venture into digital imaging, CPAC Inc. today revealed it has signed a deal with the medical imaging firm Voxel.
CPAC will provide specialized chemicals for Voxel’s new holographic-imaging system, the company said.
Voxel’s system combines digital technology and silver-halide film to produce a holographic, three-dimensional image from computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging data.

CPAC moves into digital imaging

Marking its first venture into digital imaging, CPAC Inc. today revealed it has signed a deal with the medical imaging firm Voxel.
CPAC will provide specialized chemicals for Voxel’s new holographic-imaging system, the company said.
Voxel’s system combines digital technology and silver-halide film to produce a holographic, three-dimensional image from computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging data. Chemicals used in this process will be manufactured at CPAC’s facility in Irwindale, Calif.
“Our corporate strategy is to continue monitoring digital imaging so as to be prepared for opportunities in the new technologies,” said Pedro Bonilla, president of CPAC’s imaging group. “This could include an acquisition or another manufacturing partnership like the one with Voxel.”
Voxel is based in Laguna Hills, Calif. Both Voxel and CPAC trade on the NASDAQ exchange. CPAC stock was trading midday at $10 a share, up slightly.

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