Kodak has announced a new thermal plate which makes significant claims on cost savings, environmental impact and on-press performance.
The Kodak Trillian SP is a thermal plate with a claimed unbaked run length of 500,000 impressions (post baking increases the length to 1-million impressions). Additionally the plate can be imaged on largely existing CTP equipment using up to 25 percent less energy and processed with up to 70 percent less in imaging chemistry.
Kodak also says the plate can be used for a variety of applications, from commercial offset to publication printing to packaging and on challenging substrates. The plate will make its debut at IPEX in Birmingham, UK this May.
Kodak to Debut Trillian SP Plate at IPEX
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