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:Azura TS: negative working, chem-free thermal plate using non-ablative Thermofuse technology, 2-98% at 200 lpi (240 lpi with Sublima screening) resolution, high image contrast, daylight handling, fast roll up on press, up to 100,000 impressions unbaked. :Amigo TS: negative working, low-chem thermal plate based on Thermofuse technology, wide exposure and processing latitude, chemical resistance, 1-99% resolution with 240 lpi Sublima, high image contrast, daylight handling, low replenishment rates, long bath life, up to 200,000 impressions (longer baked). :Thermostar P970: positive working, high-speed thermal plate, up to 1+ million impressions baked, chemical resistance, 1-99% at 200 lpi (340 lpi Sublima) resolution, high image contrast, long bath life, compatible with UV inks. :Energy Elite: positive working, no-bake thermal plate, compatible with alcohol-free fountain solutions and UV inks, chemical resistance, 1-99% at 200 lpi (340 lpi Sublima) resolution, high image contrast, low replenishment rates, long bath life, up to 350,000 impressions (longer baked). :Lithostar Lap V: positive working, silver-hallide violet plate, chemical resistance, 1-99% at 200 lpi (340 lpi Sublima) resolution, up to 350,000 impressions unbaked. :N91V: negative working, photopolymer violet plate, 2-96% at 110 lpi (180 lpi Sublima) resolution, up to 250,000 impressions and 500,000 impressions baked. :N92-VCF: negative working, chem-free violet plate for newspaper applications, clean out unit or photopolymer plate processor can be used to gum and remove unexposed areas, 2-96% at 110 lpi resolution (1-99% with 180 lpi Sublima), high image contrast, fast roll up on press, up to 150,000 impressions unbaked.

 
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