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    Plate Storage

    How do you store plates in your press room?

    Presently we are only putting the plate sheet in between the plates and laying them on a light booth with the job ticket.

    I am looking for a better way to store them to keep them better organized and so there is less of a chance for them to get ruined.

    Thoughts?

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    Darkened room with the correct humidity and temperature. Nothing else.

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    We have drawers for them, since we use processless plates, and they must be in complete darkness. We separate the jobs with job tickets attached to them, and we separate the individual plates with tissue paper to avoid scratching.

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    how ever you store the plate ,it all depends on the pressman.Most of them are not willing to re use the plates

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    Thank you for the replies. I believe we have a extra 6 drawer cabinet I can put to good use.

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    on vertical shelfs covered with paper and a sample of the printed sheet

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    cool, and dry environment, within 18 months.
    most factories pile them one by one.

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