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Compact all-in-one letterpress plate-making systemSinwa buys nyloprint Combination CW 50 x 70 from Flint GroupIn 2000, Sinwa, one of the leading Chinese flexo plate trade shops, was founded in Shanghai. Currently the company is operating from six domestic branches located in Shanghai, Dongguan, Qingdoa, Wuhan, Tianjin and Weifang – each of them serving its local markets.
The nyloprint Combination CW 50 x 70 from Flint Group combines an exposure with a washout and drying unit for the production of top-quality water washable letterpress platesRecently, Sinwa decided to expand its business into the letterpress area
for label printing. Label printers with high quality demands continue
to grow, whilst coupled with the gradual decline of the film industry
the traditional letterpress plate technology faces more difficulties in
meeting all of the labelling requirements. The move for improved
reproduction through digital platforms has provided opportunities for
Sinwa with its many years of experience in the digital flexo
plate-making process. Consequently, it was only a minor step to extend
their value-adding service to letterpress customers by providing
high-quality digital letterpress plates.

To meet this growing
demand Sinwa purchased the compact all-in-one letterpress plate-making
system, nyloprint Combination CW 50 x 70 from Flint Group. This
cost-effective device combines an exposure with a washout and drying
unit for the production of top-quality water washable letterpress
plates. Programmed plate processing parameters and a temperature
controlled washout section allow process safety. A proven plush washout
system prevents the fine elements from washing away, thus providing the
reproduction of fine dots – in this way, and in combination with Flint
Group’s nyloprint WF 95 HD plate for label printing, the company meets
the challenges on printing details required by the letterpress label

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