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January 27, 1988|David Olmos, Times staff writer

CalComp, an Anaheim computer graphics company, has teamed with Minolta Camera of Japan to develop a desk-top color plotter that can be used for computer-aided design.

The plotters will be manufactured by Minolta, marking a departure for CalComp, which traditionally has produced its own products.

CalComp, a subsidiary of Lockheed, said it expects to start marketing the products by April under the CalComp label.

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