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    How many impressions are Fuji LH-PJ user getting?

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    re: How many impressions are Fuji LH-PJ user getting?

    We are getting 250,000 to 300,000 on a coated stock and
    125,000 to 150,000 on a #2 offset (recycled).

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      We have one customer whose getting 300,000+

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        Wow.. That's great.

        Question though. Are Fuji products being used right down the line?

        Fountain soulution, gum, etc...

        And these are not being pre or post conditioned ie. uv'd or baked?

        Edited by: D_Max on Sep 20, 2007 8:33 AM

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          No pre or post bake. We're using all fuji chemistry for processing the plate.Since I'm a tradeshop, I don't know the specific press conditions. I do recall a couple of years ago making plates for an outfit whose platesetter went down, that they post baked the plates anyway to get 1,000,000+.

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            I don't believe that the LH-PJ can be baked.
            I know that we are using Anchor (ie. Fuji) fountain solution.

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              we just got about 130,000 on a PJ plate with uncoated stock today.

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