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The advantage of Violet CTP plate
May 28, 2018


1. High resolution.

Due to the shorter wavelengths produced by the shorter wavelengths, higher resolution can be provided and the output resolution can reach 250 lines/inch.


2 .Small size, faster

Because the short wavelength produces a smaller laser spot, the reflex lens volume of the laser head can be reduced. The smaller laser head volume can increase the rotation speed. With the high-sensitivity silver salt plate, the laser head speed can be as high as 55,000 rpm. At 4,26 times the speed of sound, the scanning speeds of infrared and green lasers are 20,000 lines/minute and 37,500 lines/minute, respectively. The violet laser is very fast. A single laser beam can also produce 22 printing plates per hour (1030mm x 800mm/2400dpi). It is the most high-volume model on the market.


3. Use a bright yellow safety light.

Apply a light-sensitive material that corresponds to a purple light source. Operate under a bright yellow safety light. Proximity to bright-room work. Easier to use.


4. Quality stability. Further enhance the drum model performance. The laser diode light source is stable The laser spot is strong. It can generate high quality dots and improve the printing quality. The inner drum model only uses a single laser. The total cost of CTP is not high. However, the outer drum type is limited by the rotational speed of the plate cylinder and cannot further increase the production speed. Therefore, multiple laser beams are often used to make up for this defect. The cost of replacing the CTP is relatively high. Therefore, the inner drum type cTP on the market is generally The first to use purple laser.


5. Easy maintenance, quick replacement, longer life

The violet laser diode has a small size and a high degree of modularity. Therefore, maintenance and replacement are simpler and the production efficiency can be improved.

Some people mistakenly believe that violet lasers have a short lifetime. They are actually misled by hydrogen lasers. The working principle of hydrogen lasers is that the laser tubes are constantly lit during operation. They require a large amount of starting energy to excite argon gas to generate laser light. The mode controls the switch, but the laser spot is controlled by the constant light tube and lens deflection. Therefore, the average life expectancy is only about 2.5 years, and the effective production time is also very short.


The working principle of the violet laser is that the diode consumes a very small amount of energy. When it is not in operation (power on but no exposure), the laser is not lit. This effectively extends the life of the laser. Violet laser diodes have a lifetime of more than 3ooodx~, with 103 (hmu x 770mm size plates for example, 100 pieces a day, 250 days a year for 3000 hours, equivalent to a 3.5 year investment return of no less than an infrared diode laser. Manufacturers also do not need to replace the laser head every year, and some manufacturers claim that the purple laser generators they produce can have a lifetime of up to 10 years, which is more profitable to the printing company.