Brisbane printer comes up with improved HD print
Crystal Media Group is now fabricating a new screening system that comprises more than doubled line per inch (lpi). Additionally, it also cuts ink usage by 20%. Using the machine, the plates that could allow 200 Lpi, will be able to deliver 450-500 lpi. The digitally modulated screening system helped doing so.
Gavin Allen, director of the Brisbane-based printer said: "The Auraia-II system from UK developer Hamillroad had more than doubled the lines it could achieve from its chemistry-free plates. "It consistently produces printed results of a quality far in excess of what you might think possible using traditional methods; the printers are the guys who notice the difference because they're laying down less ink and less ink on the press means less trouble."
Prior to this screening system, Crystal Media was using Auraia-I post which, the corporation upgraded to Auraia-II 6 months back.
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