they are okay presses. call Heidelberg about parts. plates are available good for a small shop one or 2 people were you can do something else while it images plates. register is not the best side to side. decent to the gripper
if the Heidelberg plates were the same image and had no moire, Id say you have a screening issue in your rip. If I could afford an anicolor sm52, I might consider just looking into a Heidelberg rip or ctp system. it would appear that they have a superior screening algorithm. or for that...
I have a supra setter and use chem free 101 plates. the clean out unit is starting to leave a little residue on the plates down one side. the rollers appear to be spring loaded but is there some adjustment to this pressure. or is it time to get new rollers or just a good scrubbing.
I have to agree with alith7. give me the 45+ everytime. no kids to deal with. they show up to work. down side is affordability, but if we can agree on a wage then perfect. the affordable care act should help out with health care right.
another quick question for a small user. are the cockpit workstations required to be 64 bit now as well. I have one thats not up to speed. also on ppi are we going to have to upgrade to windows 7 64 bit. if so I will have to by a new usb card reader/writer.
we just have the tech come out and install everything, so maybe thats why they are waiting. being 4 hours out is tough on the install guys. i prefer not to be the first to run the software. its always nice to get the first patches installed with the software.
take off your side frames and listen. I had screws coming out of some of the solenoids. you may just have to buy some and trial and error, but it sounds like you have a large leak. you should be able to find the problem.