How To Make a Liquid Photopolymer Plate Using AVantage® Liquid Photopolymer Resins
Introducing AVantage® Liquid Photopolymer resins and the AVantage® Processing System. Randy Reynolds, the AVantage® Businesses Development manager and Scott Murray, the AVantage® Technical Services Representative for Anderson & Vreeland review the steps and processes involved in the making of a AVantage® liquid photopolymer plate.
They will be using a common piece of photopolymer equipment, the exposure unit and go over the steps to make a clean photopolymer plate. Asides from making great plates. Their is another huge advantage to using liquid resin. You can reclaim the polymer after use. Scott shows you how.
Anderson & Vreeland offers a complete selection of AVantage® Liquid Photopolymers to meet the stringent demands of flexographic printing. Our liquid photopolymer resins are formulated to deliver optimum elasticity, resilience, hardness and ink transfer.