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    PRC Member Kanishk will become famous soon enough
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    Kodak Ctp is good. Kodak ctp handle any thermal plate.

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    i cannot recomended Ecrm Mako Ctp (violet). we have a lot of problems with it, for exapmle with geometry, focus..

    cheers!

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    i use from 2003 CTP of Heidelberg with thermal plate (First Kodak, now Fuji PLE). Respect to CTF occour less times, but now i replace thermal plate with Process Less Plate, so i remove chemical process that costs many money!!

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    I have been working as a service engineer in different companies: Creo, Screen, BasysPrint, etc.

    My point is there are 2-3 big/good CTP manufacturers, I am talking about Thermal (As we should have reached to the conclusion that Thermal is the final decision for buying a CTP);

    Kodak (Creo) and Screen , and also Heidelberg (But this company is just producing SupraSetter to be as a total solution provider).

    If somebody wants to buy a CTP, he/she should go with one of the three above companies. But first should consider the service provider in his/her area. That is what makes the difference, everybody can judge about a device according to its operational condition and it is brought by a good service.

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    Screen

    I really like the CTPS screen, very good, also search on them

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    I use Magnus 800 Quantum from six years, ctp is working by 24/7 and dont`t have any critical problems without once some control plate crash in magnus. We use thermal plate from kodak and results are very good, no problems with linearization.

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    Atenttion of some CTP chinese, some are good, but some stop to work with a monthy.
    If are thinking buy one, buy a good and knowleged mark.

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    ok

    accept sbsam

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    More is depend off the developer chemistry that you use, we test some chinese plates usually use kodak developer and more of this plate need stronger chemistry but for spanish ctp works good. Even if you use dedicated dev chinese plates are hard to work and we had a lot of repeats for this plates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwankhan View Post
    HI,

    any comments on this newly launched CTP from EPSON, using ink an Plate from EPSON and produce 175 lpi on almunium plate for small/mid size printers.

    regards
    Good idea, but not practical..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alias7118 View Post
    Good idea, but not practical..!
    Do you have "negative" experiance with it? Let you share your opinion and practice

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazanchi View Post
    Do you have "negative" experiance with it? Let you share your opinion and practice
    The plate print quality and run length is not there, plate and the ink is expensive. May be use for single color and low end products. Cheer...!

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    ctcp cron and luscher, for conventional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndoring10 View Post
    Helllo...

    We now have Dolev4press CTF and we want to buy CTP in next few months... We have decided to buy thermal CTP, and we need advice what too buy... we are looking for CTP, 4 UP, 2005. and up, autoloader and stacker (optional)...
    On what to pay attention when buying used CTP... every suggestions and help we will be grateful...

    Nino
    If I were you, I will consider NEW violet CTP instead of second hand thermal CTP. For example, Fujifilm's Luxel series. Get quotation and compare the price of used thermal CTP vs NEW violet CTP.

    * compare maintenance requirements
    * compare plate cost
    * compare chemicals usage
    * compare imaging head cost

    Quality? No difference at all. For example, some violet plate is capable of producing 1-99% halft dots. The benchmark for quality is 2-98% dots, and all violet CTP and plates in the market can easily produce it.

    For the record, I am not in any way related to Fuji. Just stating the fact that it is cheaper to own a new violet ctp than a used thermal ctp.

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    i need help with setting of kodak trendsetter

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