Adding printing areas on ctp plates

amomtaz93

Active member
I have a little problem i wish to find a chemical component to add printing areas on exposed plates because i have some files with hair lines and i could not notice them before exposing plates .The solution is to reexpose them again so finding this chemical will partially solf that problem..
 

Glenn McDowall

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the chemical component you require can be found on a new unexposed plate. Unfortunately I don't know how to transfer it from the new plate to your exposed plate :unsure:
 

Alois Senefelder

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Hello amomtaz 93

YOU have a big problem trying to add - Complex Photopolymer Coating to an already exposed and developed CtP Plate !!!!!

WHY make work for yourself.......... just make a new plate OR you could revert to " Stone Age practices" of Image Additions if you could

find anyone that knows how to do it !!!!!!!!


Regards, Alois
 

amomtaz93

Active member
Hello amomtaz 93

YOU have a big problem trying to add - Complex Photopolymer Coating to an already exposed and developed CtP Plate !!!!!

WHY make work for yourself.......... just make a new plate OR you could revert to " Stone Age practices" of Image Additions if you could

find anyone that knows how to do it !!!!!!!!


Regards, Alois
In fact I do not hv to do any of your advisec
6years ago while being in drupa a friend gave me a special pen (which I cannot find it's supplier )to correct and add printing areas to exposed plates
 

gordo

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The people here burnishine.com might be able to point you in the right direction.
 

CSF

Well-known member
Burnishine no longer offers an addition pen.
Nikken offers the #134 series of addition pens for small minor short term plate additions, pin holes, broken solids.
 

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