XPS Crystal Exposure Unit

Description

XPS Crystal Exposure Unit

Improve plate consistency.

Combining UV main & back exposure

The innovative XPS Crystal optimally combines UV main and back exposure.

Unlike UV frames, using lightbulbs with fluctuating output, the XPS Crystal uses UV LEDs which don’t need warm-up time and always emit consistent radiation.

A simultaneous and optimally controlled UV main and back exposure produces highly consistent digital flexo plates – for every digital flexo plate type at every time of your production day.

The XPS Crystal exposing unit won the prestigious FTA award, 2017 Intertech Technology Award and the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017!

Flexo platemaking: comparative analysis confirms UV LED outperforms conventional exposure

Simplified flexo imaging

The XPS Crystal 5080 and 4835 optimally combine UV main and back exposure.

XPS Crystal 5080 XPS Crystal 4835

XPS Crystal 5080

For flexo plates of up to 50” x 80” (1270 x 2032 mm) or smaller.

XPS Crystal 4835

For flexo plates of up to 48” x 35” (1200 x 900 mm) or smaller.

Benefits

Synchronized main and back UV LED exposur

The key to further plate room automation

Always repeatable, consistent plate quality

Thanks to this technology, we now are able to supply our clients with standard screens (137/152-line), up to the absolute premium range with 250 lpi. We can deliver the best possible plate quality with the highest level of consistency and repeatability that we have not experienced to date.

Manfred Schrattenthaler, Managing Director of Glatz Klischee, Austria

Removing complexitythrough automation

The combination of the CDI Crystal with the XPS Crystal exposing unit offers a perfect, consolidated flexo platemaking workflow. The CDI Crystal XPS excels in efficiency and offers distinct benefits:

  • Reduce manual steps by 50%
  • Reduce errors by 50% – less plate waste
  • Reduce operator time with 73%

 

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