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Sandman



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PostSubject: Newsprint 66 gsm   Tue Nov 03, 2009 9:16 pm

aurelzki wrote:
PASINGIT...

Just wanna ask kung ano ang tamang settings para sa newsprint 66.0 gsm, naghihimulmol kasi ang output namin sa papel na'to, na try ko na 100, 120 & 133 lpi ganun pa rin ang output.

Awe, ngayon lang ako nakarinig na newsprint na ganyan kabigat.

Regarding clarity ng tirada, with your press condition and dahil CTF pa kayo malabo na mapalabas niya ang mataas na screen frequency kahit medyo mataas pa ang gsm na gamitin ninyo.

Magsasara lang ang midtones and shadows niyo kasi I assume na ang packing niyo is naka-set for 45 or 48 gsm. Since masyadong mataba ang paper niyo lalakas ang blanket squeeze.

You may be able to output an acceptable product....I think...by adjusting your impression or packing. Ewan ko lang pero I think the maximum lpi you can use is mga 100lpi lang. Mag test print muna kayo ng linear plates tapos i-adjust mo i-set mo ang plate curve sa RIP.

Let's wait for Alex and what he has to say kasi mas kabisado niya ang tirada ng Horizon or ng Goss Community nyo.

IMHO, kahit ano pa ang settings na gamitin natin mahimulmol pa rin ang lalabas kasi yan ang properties ng papel na ginagamit niyo.

We're also facing the same problem dito sa mga ibang paper manufacturers.
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Alex Dulay



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PostSubject: Re: Newsprint 66 gsm   Tue Nov 03, 2009 9:35 pm

Brod,

Press related ang problem nyo. Get the opinion of Joel and Rod.
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