Lüscher to display XPose! FlexLine 330L, MultiDX! 320

Hall 16 Stand C07

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Lüscher Technologies will display MultiDX! 320 at drupa 2016. The all-in-one CtP system can be equipped with up to 128 laser diodes to allow processing of larger screen frames.

After the takeover of 100% of the Lüscher shares by Heliograph Holding last summer, the management of Lüscher Technologies has decided to redefine its corporate design by bringing it in line with the corporate identity of the Heliograph Group. Besides adapting the colors of the Holding Company for the company logo, the new company appearance also includes a redesign of all product brochures and a new web appearance. The new corporate design will be launched on 1 May 2016

At drupa 2016,  Lüscher will showcase at Hall 16 Stand C07 the XPose! FlexLine 330L for 42 x 60-inch formats. The imagesetter combines a dual optic with 5080/2540 dpi with a unique patented inside drum system. Also on display will be the MultiDX! 320, the all-in-one CtP system. The new 320 line is equipped with a dynamic auto focus, which automatically adjusts any unevenness of the plate material of up to 0.5 mm during the exposure. Moreover, MultiDX! 320 can be equipped with up to 128 laser diodes to allow processing of larger screen frames. With this universal system, almost any printing forms such as rotary screens, letterpress, flexo and offset printing plates, flat screens and aluminium and copper plates can be exposed.

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