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Amjet Shanghai installs first ESKO CDI Crystal 5080 XPS in China

The investment takes Packaging Simplified for flexible packaging and labels to a new level.

Chinese flexo platemaker, Amjet Shanghai, has partnered with Esko to install the first CDI Crystal 5080 XPS system in Greater China.

The investment in the platemaking process technology includes the latest Automation Engine prepress workflow as well as the latest screening technology for flexo printing. It will enable Amjet Shanghai to focus on the highest definition flexo production technology for flexible packaging and labels.

With the new solution, Amjet Shanghai, a repeated winner of the FTA Award in the United States, aims to combine greater prepress workflow and the highest quality screening technology to improve efficiency and to enhance the quality of its packaging and printing. Amjet currently has over 200 specialties including plate-making expertise, color management, digital data processing and packaging design.

The new and unique CDI Crystal XPS is a digitally-controlled exposure unit supporting all photopolymer flexo plates. The combined solution reduces five manual steps in the traditional platemaking process to just one step. The platemaking device integrates with the entire prepress workflow, including Device Manager, to optimally control the output of plates.

“With our new flexo platemaking solutions, we ensure that flexo printing maintains its prominent position and is ready for the business challenges of label and flexo converters today,” said Geert de Proost, Director Solutions Marketing for Esko.

The CDI Crystal and XPS Crystal UV exposure unit was unveiled by Esko at Drupa 2016. Accolades include the Red Dot Design Award, the Printing Industries of America (PIA) InterTech Technology Award, the American Flexo Association / Graphic Arts Association of Technology Innovation Award and the FlexoTech Innovation Award.

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