Top Suppliers Aluminum Lithographic Coil Export to Georgia
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♦ Material (alloy):1050, 1060
♦ Temper:H18, H19
Aluminium Lithographic Coil (also called PS panel) is a professional material that used for the printing application. It has high surface quality requirement. It is produced by surface degreasing solution, drying, photosensitive coating treatment and cutting to the specification that customer required.
This products are popular with national and overseas markets for its good quality and competitive price. such as southeast Asia, North America,Europe and so on. If you are interested in our products, welcome to contact with us
We professionally offering PS plate with below characteristics:
1 Photosensitive Coating
Consisted by imported photographic emulsion and resin, the coating layer of the plate have outstanding alkaline resistance, superior stability, high sensitive and increased adjusting flexibility as well as better resolving power.
2 Vacuum ventilating layer
With tiny ventilating grain layer on the surface, the vacuuming time during exposure can be greatly decreased, as well as preventing the proportion of tiny dots from exposuring to vague.
3. Water Receptive Layer
Excellent water reception capability speeds up the ink-water balance procedure and helps to reduce water absorption during printing process. Superior water retaining capability do effectively prevents non-image areas of the plate from scumming and avoids paper from distortion. Consequently, the printing quality improved
4. Multi Grain Layers
Multi grain layers polish up water receptive property of the non-image areas on the plate. It increases the ink /water adjusting flexibility, make sure the developing performance of the tiny dots. It also strengthens the dots’ adsoption power to the coating layer, which can consequently extend the run-length of the plate.
5. Anodic-Oxidized Layer
A durable and strong oxidized surface formed after the anodic oxidation process on the aluminium material, which can help to prolong the run-length. This layer can also resists the corrosive effect done by the correction fluid.
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The laser creates a beam of light that is used to cut through the material, so there is no part of the laser system in contact with the material.
For thinner materials, all laser systems include an Integrated Vacuum Table to hold down papers, fabrics, and thin plastics as you cut through the material.
It is amazingly precise, following the pattern you’ve drawn on screen.
Cut several patterns from the same piece of material. You can print to the laser from a variety of programs, including CorelDRAW, AutoCAD and Adobe software
Laser cutting is the process of precisely cutting or engraving a material using focused high-powered laser beam, directed by CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) machine from a CAD vector file.
How does it work?
There are two main types of lasers used in cutting, CO2 lasers and neodymium (Nd) and neodymium yttrium-aluminium-garnet (Nd-YAG). We use only CO2 lasers, so for ease of this introduction I will focus on them.
The laser beam is emitted from a laser tube when a current is passed through it, this reflects off mirrors to point the beam through a focal lens in the machine head. The lens focuses the beam onto a point on the surface of a flat sheet material, melting, vaporising, burning the material at that point and moving along the cutting line as dictated in the vector file that the machine has been provided with. This melting and vaporisation of the material, especially with plastics leaves a melted, almost polished edge, requiring little to no finishing, depending on the finished purpose.