Mitsubishi TDP Computer-to-Plate System
TDP-459 and TDP-324e Dual Function CTP and Film Manager Unit
Mitsubishi Imaging makes going green affordable with the eco-friendly Thermal DigiPlate, the 2-up dual function CTP system ideal for printers producing mostly one or two color jobs who want an environmentally friendly upgrade from analog and electrostatic plates. With 1200 dpi resolution, high speed production, and the capability of outputting either plates or film, the Thermal DigiPlater is well suited for high-volume environments looking for productive and eco-friendly option.
The Thermal DigiPlate dual function processless and chemistry-free CTP and film imager unit is highly automated. It requires minimal training to operate and minimal time to produce clean, press-ready plates or high density film output. Simply load it with a roll of Mitsubishi's thermal plate or film material and the Thermal DigiPlater essentially runs itself. You can send 1-bit TIFF files from a RIP to the TDP Controller. Plates are imaged, cut to size and ready for press in less than a minute. Film also runs quickly and achieves high density in both negative and positive plate output.
TDP-459e/324e Platesetter and Film Imager - The system requires absolutely no chemicals, toner or ink ribbon, so it’s easy and cost-effective to maintain. Processor maintenance or chemical disposal are eliminated. Maintenance means simply wiping the thermal head clean. This is a truly processless and chemistry-free platemaking and film imaging system ideal for 2-up printers who specialize in printing mostly one and two color jobs.
The Thermal DigiPlate System will produce up to 75 plates/hour widths from 9" up to 18.1" width and lengths up to x 20.8" length, it is also well suited for high-volume environments looking for an eco-friendly option.
Features of the Eco-Friendly Thermal DigiPlate TDP-459E/324E Platesetter:
- Thermal inline head technology
- Optimized for 2-up format with a resolution of 1200 dpi/120 lpi
- No chemicals, toner or ink ribbon are necessary, providing easy maintenance
- High speed - 75 plates/hr
Features of the Eco-Friendly Thermal DigiPlate TDP-R175 Plates:
- Truly processless CTP paper-based plate
- Absolutely no chemicals are required for the processing of the printing plates
- High image contrast, good repeat-ability and easy control of the images
- The resin coated paper plate is available in 246' rolls
Features of the Eco-Friendly Graphic Arts Film TFP-100:
- Truly prcoessless clear graphic arts thermal film
- Absolutely no chemicals are required for the imaging of the film
- High level of dimensional stability enables accurate registration
- DMAX>4 and film available in 200' rolls
|Film Type||Thermal-sensitive, graphic arts film|
|Film Gauge||5 mil (0.12mm)|
|Plate Technology||Thermal-sensitive CTP resin-coated paper-base|
|Plate Gauge/Base||8 mil (0.20mm) paper plate (TDP-R175)|
|Print Run Length*||Up to 5,000 impressions *under suitable printing conditions|
|Printing Performance||Performs with regular fountain solution and ink|
|Machine Controller||TDP controller software accepts 1-bit TIFF. RIP options : TDP-1300 RIP v9.x (Harlequin) includes bonus SDP-Smart Tools workflow management software|
|Processless||No processor; no chemistry, no ribbons, no toner, no ink|
|Material Supply||1 magazine - roll material; Thermal DigiPlate, Spec 725; 246' roll lengths ; TFP-100 thermal film, 200' roll length|
|Light Imaging/Source||In-line thermal head with patented thermal fusing technology|
|Recording Speed||75 plates/hr @1200 dpi; film speed will vary based on image size and film output (negative or positive)|
|Screen Ruling||120 lpi|
|Tint||5% to 90%|
|Power Requirements||AC100/220V Auto sensing|
|Environment||50-70% relative humidity|
|Temperature||77 ± 9°F (25 ± 5°C)|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||20.2" x 26" x 15" (515mm x 663mm x 383mm)|
The Thermal DigiPlater is a fully automated CTP system. It requires minimal training to operate and minimal time to produce press-ready plates. You simply load it with a roll of Thermal DigiPlate TDP-R175 and the Thermal DigiPlater essentially runs itself. You can send 1-bit Tiff files from a RIP to the TDP Controller. Plates are imaged, cut to size and ready for press in less than a minute. Conventional platemaking steps like exposing and processing film, paste-up, stripping and plate burning are suddenly obsolete, as is chemical processing. That saves you time, money and materials.