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FLEXO Magazine : February 2011
But, perhaps more influential is the idea that inline UV can be considered the first step of a true automated digital plate imaging system. In the future, UV LED back exposure will be integrated into the automated plate workflow. With UV back exposure, LAMS ablation, and UV main exposure conducted in the same digital imaging device, the plate is ready for ther- mal, water-wash or solvent processing. All benefits, including a further reduction in processing times, can be achieved in one efficient workflow. n About the Author: Ian Hole is, vice president for Business Development at EskoArtwork. He is a frequent contributor to FLEXO, as well as a regular speaker at FTA and other graphic arts industry conferences and events. REM image shows the dot of a letterpress printing plate with the typical angle distortion achieved with a point light UV source. REM image shows how easily flat top dots can be achieved at reduced drum speeds with inline UV, using the same digital flexo printing plate. incorporating SIZZLING HOT FLEXO North America’s new dedicated paper, film, foil converting show Send your nonbinding inquiry to: email@example.com Interested in attending? visit@ice-x -usa.com www.ice-x -usa.com Theworld‘slargestdedicatedconvertingeventcomestoOrlandowww.ice-x.com April 6-8, 2011 OCCC, Orlando, Florida ® pictures: ICE Europe FLX_Feb11_mech.indd 47 2/16/11 8:51 AM
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