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Print World News
12 October 2010
Glunz & Jensen demonstrates new platesetter at Print World
Leading prepress vendor Glunz & Jensen will be displaying the new PlateWriter 2400 CTP system at Print World 2010. The PlateWriter 2400 is an inkjet computer-to-plate (iCtP) system that produces press-ready aluminum plates without the use of chemical processing.

The unit operates in daylight conditions and requires no disposal of processing chemicals into the waste stream: eliminating disposal costs. It provides FM or Stochastic screening capable of emulating 175 conventional line screening and accommodates any plate size in 2-up and 4-up formats and thicknesses from .005" to .12"

The PlateWriter jets a patented Liquid Dot chemical solution onto non-photosensitive aluminum printing plates. The imaged plates are manually fed through a plate finishing unit that dries the plates and bonds the liquid dots to the plate surface. The plate finishing unit has a built-in gumming station to protect the plates from damage before going to press.

Glunz & Jensen's largest product area is CtP plate processors, but the company also focuses on other product areas, including iCtP platesetters, plateline equipment, punch and bend equipment, stackers and software for monitoring and managing the complete prepress processes. Glunz & Jensen has achieved a leading position and a high market share within its core areas, and Glunz & Jensen’s products are known for setting the technological standard on the global market.

At Print World, see the product in distributor 3deltaE's booth #722. Visit
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