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  • KevinC@EFI
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    Originally posted by arkay_desai View Post
    Hi All,

    it nice to see all senior members are discussing on CTP. for a small clarification please let me know which one is better in Thermal n Violet
    Truthfully, the answer to that is "yes". A better answer requires more context on what you're thinking of using it for (now and in the future), what your priorities are, and what your limitations are.

    Certainly I'm a full-fledged Thermal supporter, but blindly answering "Thermal!" would be unfair and naieve.

    Kevin.

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  • arkay_desai
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    Hi All,

    it nice to see all senior members are discussing on CTP. for a small clarification please let me know which one is better in Thermal n Violet

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  • Ansari
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    We are a small printing company and use Presstek CTP model DPM 34 HSC for polyester plates.The machine works very well and we have it for last 4 years.Since yesterday we have a problem that the feed roller does not turn and take in the film want to know if anyone can help on this problem. Ansari

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  • sealleung
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    Re: Glad to see a CtP Section

    It is great to see old friends. As Gordon of Kodak said, knowledge is power ,sharing knowledge is to get power!

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  • Slartybartfast
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    Hi Steve
    When you say so 2000 do you mean that thermal has won over violet ?

    Cheers Neil

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Thanks for the tip, yes I was at PPF first before having to go here. I didn't think I can go back to read post.

    thanks

    cjwworld

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  • doubting_thomas
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    Re: Glad to see a CtP Section

    cjwworld,

    If you haven't been to PPF before, I'd try this link.

    http://www.prepressforums.com/forum/computer-plate/

    There's been plenty of debate in the past. You should be able to search the old
    PPF, too.

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    Re: Glad to see a CtP Section

    I certainly would like to read previous debate on Thermal/Violet. Are they archived anywhere handy?

    cjwworld

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  • marktonk
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    doubting_thomas,

    Thanks, I do enjoy the forums!!


    Cory,

    Steve is right, where is the Signature? The less I type, the better I spell.

    Regards,

    Mark Tonkovich
    Heidelberg USA
    Product Manager, CtP & Proofing

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  • SteveAgfa
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    Cory...

    Congratulations on your new role;
    I'm sure you'll soon graduate from
    cousin Cory to Uncle Cory.

    So, should we start a violet/thermal
    debate again?

    Naaaa... that was so 2000.

    Regaads,

    Steve (where's the signature option?)

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  • doubting_thomas
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    > {quote:title=marktonk wrote:}{quote}
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    > I am glad to see the CtP section carried over, not that I am biased or anything. Thanks!

    HAHA Nice one Mark.

    I'm happy to see it, too. I'm also happy you made the jump over here (or stayed around, as the case may be). You always seemed to be receptive to the *ahem* suggestions and questions over at PPF, and were forthcoming with some good info on this subject. That took some guts.

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  • marktonk
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    Glad to see a CtP Section

    Cory,

    I am glad to see the CtP section carried over, not that I am biased or anything. Thanks!

    Regards,

    Mark Tonkovich
    Heidelberg USA
    Product Manager, CtP & Proofing
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