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Kodak pushes m new Magnus 800 technology machine direct plate making machine

Kodak's image and text are loaded 10mm away from the tail of the hammer handle. GCG announced that the new Magnus 800 split computer direct plate making machine was officially put into the market. This computer direct plate making machine has achieved end-to-end automation, and many enterprises are attracted by it. It can process up to 40 printing plates per hour, which improves the productivity and efficiency of image service providers

the new design and software of Magnus 800 computer direct plate making machine can greatly improve performance and reduce downtime. The system can provide different production capacities of 15, 22, 30 and 40 versions per hour, and can be easily upgraded as needed. Magnus 800 can also be designed to support higher speed in the future. It is the first fully automated system. It can be matched with an automatic plate feeder of a single plate box or multiple plate boxes. A single edition box can hold up to 100 printing plates. 8. GB 11998 (1) 989 determination of glass transition temperature of plastics (thermomechanical analysis). The edition box device can hold 5 edition boxes, a total of 500 printing plates. Each plate box can hold plates of different sizes. The semi-automatic equipment that can continuously install plates and punch holes inside will be launched in the middle of 2006

in this fully automatic system, the printing plate enters Magnus 800 synchronously, rather than waiting for the previous printing plate to be loaded after imaging. When the imaging of one printing plate is completed, the next printing plate is in place and waiting for imaging. Users can also simply press the "quick plate remake" key to insert a new plate directly into the imaging device without using the automatic plate feeder. For those users who require a high degree of clarity and strict product identification requirements, the square light spot imaging technology of Magnus 800 can automatically compensate the thermal expansion and cold contraction of printing plates caused by environmental temperature changes, so as to ensure the accuracy and consistency of imaging in different printing plates and different machines. Magnus 800 also supports staccato shifangjia technology, which can be added at the point of 1O or 2O microns

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