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Re: [PPLetterpress] Mushy plates

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  • Frank Cabral
    The only time I noticed this was when I failed to give the material the second four minute exposure once it was thoroughly dried. Frank
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 5, 2002
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      The only time I noticed this was when I failed to give the material the
      second four minute exposure once it was thoroughly dried.

      Frank

      bielerpr wrote:

      > A fellow processor called me up earlier in the week and wondered if I
      > had any information regarding mushy plates, a phenomenon he had
      > recently encountered. These were Toyobo Printights at .060. The plate
      > surface starts to get mushy after about 80 impressions or so. His
      > clients are upset. He says he has not altered the process in any way.
      > And the batch was purchased in November and he only started getting
      > the problems recently. He changed his lamp rack, still persists.
      > Storage seems not to be a factor? Bad batch?
      >
      > Anyone having similar problems?
      >
      > Gerald
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