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basysPrint Embraces Asia Pacific Growth

Thursday, September 06, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

basysPrint, will show how its UV-Setter Series opens up market opportunities in Asia Pacific and Korea at KIPES 2012 (Korea International Printing Machinery & Equipment Show), on Stand 530. The event at the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX) will take place from September 5 – 8.

In partnership with local dealer S&I Systems, basysPrint will demonstrate how its single cassette 865 VF UV-Setter and multiple cassette 867UV-Setter offer customers the choice of exposure resolutions of 1500dpi or 2400dpi. They will see how the unique flatbed design enables digital imaging of a wide variety of plate sizes while dual plate loading offers production speeds of up to 145 plates per hour.

A key feature is the modular design: customers can start with the basic manual version and easily upgrade to either a semi-automatic or fully-automatic model depending on their needs and demands.

Other features include the unique Dynamic Autofocus system that handles plate undulation – even for substrate thicknesses up to 10mm – and a new remote monitoring system allowing management and control via smartphones or tablet-type devices.

The UV-Setters deliver increased flexibility and enable additional revenue streams to be generated. Christophe Lievens, basysPrint’s Director of Sales and Marketing, explains: “As well as imaging UV plates for offset printing, the UV platesetters have a wide range of uses from imaging coating plates for spot varnish printing to  all kinds of screen printing applications and even image dies for flexible die-cutting.”

He adds: “We are delighted that, with our valued distributor S&I Systems, we are able to showcase all these capabilities to key markets at KIPES.”


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