Glunz & Jensen Inc.

Glunz & Jensen PlateWriter 3000

Glunz & Jensen, Inc. (Booth 427) is launching the PlateWriter 3000, the third generation of its inkjet based CTP solutions. The PlateWriter 3000 uses Epson’s latest high density print heads featuring virtual macro-piezo technology, effectively doubling the number of imaging elements on the CTP imaging array. Also, rewritten firmware developed by Epson for the PlateWriter doubles the number of imaging channels. The result is a PlateWriter that is three to four times faster than previous models. PlateWriter 3000 incorporates an upgraded plate alignment system for improved registration. The system uses registration pins that rise automatically when a plate is loaded; an audible tone is then generated as the plate achieves register, and the pins automatically withdraw as the plate is “set” for imaging.

Glunz & Jensen has launched the PlateWriter 3000, which is aimed at small to medium printers, and is up to four times faster than existing models. It uses the new generation of super high density printheads from Epson, and has virtual Macro-Piezo technology, which effectively doubles the number of imaging elements on the CTP imaging array. At the same time, the number of imaging channels used is effectively doubled by re-written firmware developed by Epson for Glunz & Jensen.

It also incorporates an upgraded plate alignment system for improved registration. This utilises registration pins that rise automatically when a plate is loaded, an audible tone is then generated as the plate achieves register, then the pins automatically withdraw as the plate is “set” for imaging.

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