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    Junior Member Galop is on a distinguished road
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    We works with Azura TS, Agfa avallon, developer.
    About the timelife, plates resists to more than 50,000 rounds runs. However they remains fragiles. the layer is sensible.
    We've never test the non-chemical system, I want to know what type of problems bring sytem without chemicals ?

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    How about fuji chemistry free violet plates?

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    Agfa

    From past experiences agfa is still a top product. Very relaiable and consistent

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    AGFA Azura

    We tried to work with Chinese plates, but the selection was stopped on the plates of AGFA Azura.
    As a result, about 40 000 runs and low defect rate.
    Among the Chinese ones - the percentage of defective plates is much greater.
    Also, the Chinese plate is dirty.

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    ...sorry about my English

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    Azura Plate

    Azura plate as no chemicals can be washed by hand instead of in the press?

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    Kodak is released the new process less plate family the Kodak Sonora XP

    you can read about the plate here:
    [URL="http://graphics.kodak.com/GB/en/Product/consumables/Plates/Commercial_and_Packaging_Plates/SONORA_XP_Plate/default.htm"]http://graphics.kodak.com/GB/en/Product/consumables/Plates/Commercial_and_Packaging_Plates/SONORA_XP_Plate/default.htm[/URL]

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    Is there Chinese processless plate, what brand, any one know? We going to buy a CtP system and interesting in cheep price

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    we have used Kodak Thermal Direct plates for over a year now, and have been very happy with them

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    Thermal direct work with Kodak and go great in machine, 60000 hits, tested, no messy water machine, etc.. One drawback of the Thermal direct or working with alcohol and should be the minimum but can give problems.
    Also tried the Azura and the drivers preferred but not complain too much with this.
    [URL="http://www.fujifilm.com/products/graphic_systems/plate/thermalprocess/"]Fuji[/URL] and [URL="http://graphics.kodak.com/ES/es/Product/consumables/Plates/Commercial_and_Packaging_Plates/SONORA_XP_Plate/default.htm"]kodak[/URL] is that they took 2 new plates without trial, the Sonora kodak XP, with more resolution, up to 20 microns and the image is more than the direct thermal and requires less laser intensity to film.
    Sorry for my english (san google translate)

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    Very good job.

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    Just running some plates for Kodak. They are called T57 Sonaroa. Look a look better than TD and previous plates

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    Fuji Pro T 3

    Been using these for a while with Creo Trendsetter. Absolutely fantastic no nasty dirty processor, and the image is bold enough for the minders to set their ducts, this was a big issue on the early plates.

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    Plates without chemicals

    Hello...

    I combine Konita plates and procesless Kodak plates. Kodak plates are good but much expensive than Konita. I have one problem with this Kodak plates...
    When is something get on drum and plate is after burning useless because is dot on the plate. When I use Konita plates I see the fault after plate comes out of the processor, when I use Kodak plate I don't see fault until plate comes in machine... Until that I can burn 100 plates with fault... Processles plates are not good because that...

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    thinta
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    hm

    good job

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    jamesrohin
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    This is one of the interesting issue. The burn plates without chemicals is one of the interesting topics that are to be discussed. The lines in the Azura plates are in the non image area and can be removed with the plate cleaner. They are approximately 200mm from the edge of the plate and run in the production direction of the coil. Please produce some more attachments for the more detailed view.




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