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DryStar UV - the Dryer System for Top Results in UV Printing.

With DryStar UV, the benefits of the DryStar system can also be used in UV printing. Its perfect integration into the press, the very small distance between UV dryer and sheet, and the use of an innovative reflector coating have made it possible to increase the dryer output significantly. As a result, top production speeds are possible in UV printing, too.

Efficient temperature management ensures that, despite the high output, heat transfer to the printing stock is minimized. This is ideal for sensitive materials and ensures complete register accuracy, even when printing on thin plastic films. A special reflector is used that reflects the UV rays onto the sheet. The heat-inducing IR radiation, on the other hand, passes straight through the mirror and is absorbed by the water-cooled dryer enclosure behind it. For top results in UV printing.

Thanks to "Plug & Print" it is quick and easy to locate UV interdeck dryers as well as end-of-press dryers in the required position and connect it in a single step.

In UV printing, dryers previously had to be switched off when washing the blanket to guard against an explosion. With Instant Start, there are no costly waiting times when washing the blanket. This saves you valuable time and boosts productivity.

Thanks to CANopen, the dryers are operated centrally at the Prinect Press Center. With the DryStar Advanced software, it is possible to save all dryer settings with the job and call them up again next time round at the touch of a button. This saves a great deal of time, especially with complex dryer configurations.

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Eco-Friendly Printing That Saves You Money

Many print companies wish to employ environmentally friendly printing processes covering everything from cleaning waste air to recy- cling cleaning agents. Star peripherals make this possi- ble. Further information is available here. More

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