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Film Flexographic Printing Machine

OYO Liberator Packages include the following: OYO Liberator, OYO Harlequin RIP-Kit, , License/Product Key, Install DVD and Installation Instructions. Film and RIP computer sold separately.
OYO Liberator XE 1812 (18.25" wide) with Harlequin RIP-Kit
($19, 000 with 90 days of support and upgrades)
($19, 995 with 1 year of support and upgrades)
OYO Liberator XE 2812 (28.5" wide) with Harlequin RIP-Kit
($26, 000 with 90 days of support and upgrades)
($26, 995 with 1 year of support and upgrades)
OYO Liberator XE 3612 (36" wide) with Harlequin RIP-Kit
($32, 000 with 90 days of support and upgrades)
($32, 995 with 1 year of support and upgrades)
OYO Liberator XE 4212 (42" wide) with Harlequin RIP-Kit
($37, 000 with 90 days of support and upgrades)
($37, 995 with 1 year of support and upgrades)
OYO Liberator XE 5412 (54" wide) with Harlequin RIP-Kit
($48, 000 with 90 days of support and upgrades)
($48, 995 with 1 year of support and upgrades)

OYO Liberator XE Features & Benefits
NO Harmful Chemicals, NO Darkroom, NO Processing Equipment, NO Inks or Toners

When purchasing an OYO Liberator imagesetter you eliminate the need for hazardous developing and fixing chemicals used in traditional film imagesetting systems. You also save space by eliminating the need for a darkroom which also cuts down on energy costs because the imagesetter does not require a processor.

OYO helps you to deliver those more demanding jobs efficiently while producing full-size film up to 54 inches wide. That is about 4 times bigger than other conventional products currently on the market. OYO’s thermal imagesetter technology offers clear, compact, environmentally friendly solutions to artwork production, enabling you to eliminate outsourcing of large-format films and bring production control in-house. OYO’s unique, chemistry-free, dry-imaging ThermoImpression® film requires absolutely no fixers, developers, inks or toners while providing UV densities that exceed industry standards.

The new high performance OYO 1200 dpi Liberator XE Wide-Format Thermal Imagesetter enables you to produce superb quality film separations right in your own shop without a darkroom, processor or chemicals. Create great looking film positives or film negatives using one machine. It truely is the ultimate film solution for the screen, gravure (engraving), flexo (flexography), textile, POP, sign, banner, corrugated and offset printing markets.

The Liberator XE Series is built using OYO’s latest innovative and proprietary technologies, including: Closed Loop Registration (CLR) control for accurate registration overlay, Multi-Level Pulsing (MLP) for superior dot quality, and Enhanced Nib Management (ENM) to provide smooth, high-quality images every time. Liberator XE ThermoImpression Systems include a new RTI Harlequin® RIP. This forward thinking, trouble-free fully featured RIP is PostScript compatible and is fully compliant with PostScript Level 3 specifications. Each system includes media saving functions and can be customized with trapping, proofing, and specialized screening to fit your requirements. The bottom line: accurate registration, higher performance, versatility and flexibility.

OYO Liberator Features:
• 18", 28", 36", 42" and 54” media widths
• 600 or 1200 dpi resolution
• Up to 120 lpi (line screen)
• Produce dark films with density between 4.0 and 5.0 using SPx or XP film
• Outputs film positives and negatives
• Great for flexo, offset and screen printers
• Imaging speeds up to 6 inches per minute
• Closed Loop Registration (CLR) control
• Multi-Level Pulsing (MLP) for superior dot quality
• Enhanced Nib Management (ENM)
• Latest Harlequin RIP with media saving
• Chemistry, darkroom and processor-free
• NO inks, toners, cameras or disposal costs
• Automatic media cutter
• In-house production control
• Low maintenance
• Accurate registration and repeatability
(plus or minus 0.01% measured at a length of 60 inches)

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How is it done?

by zaxium

They use large automated screen presses. The fabric is still in
a large roll. Most likely "Plastisol" inks.(industry standard
for fabrics) Heat treated, and left in roll form; meaning, that
after it has been printed, its rolled up. (that was one color)
As for additional colors, the roll is printed again. Registration
marks or "tick marks", as they say in the business, are used to
align the image. Laser scanners; much like the ones in the grocery
store are used to find these tick marks, and align the screen to
the item thats to be printed

Xerox Emirates' Partners with Alpha Printing Press to Deliver  — Zawya
So, for example, by partnering with Alpha we are able to help them offer high-speed digital printing along with a complete range of efficient and cost-effective solutions.

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The Nottingham machine will focus on the production of direct mail while the new Bristol machine, which features auto-splicing for faster web changeovers, will focus on transactional mail and will output fan-folded print directly into an enclosing line ..

Multiple.  Distributed through American National Standards Institute (ANSI) ISO 3866:1977, Office machines and printing machines used for information processing - Widths of fabric printing ribbons on spools exceeding 19 mm
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Popular Q&A

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Can I reuse a film print in a fax machine?

yes. however, you have to roll it backward and you will more than likely have some white spots thru your pages if you have a large block of black that needs to be copied. if you hold your film up to the light you will be able to read right thru it, similar to that of a carbon paper of old, used in typewriters. and the film works the same way, you can reuse as much as you like, but the quality will continue to go down.

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