Betaflex HR (High Resolution) Flex Analyzer
Betaflex HR Flexo Analyzer keeps performance consistent in each step of flexo printing. These steps include laser energy, laser focus, beam uniformity, face and back exposure, plate processing, etc. The physical size of the elements created are typically beyond the capability of Betaflex PRO with screen frequencies over 1000 lines per inch (390 l/cm) and features of 0.0004 inches (10 microns) or less. Features of these microscopic dimensions need to be measured and evaluated for uniformity, shape, and position.
- Operating at 43,000 pixels per inch
- Operating in Transmission Mode Only
- Improved Ink Transfer and Dot Fidelity
Operating at 43,000 pixels per inch
The Betaflex HR Flexo Analyzer operates in transmission mode to capture and analyze images of laser ablation masks and processed plates at extremely high resolution (43,000 pixel per inch) with excellent contrast and sharpness. No operator adjustments of focus or illumination are required, giving highly accurate and repeatable and handles image capture within the Windows software.
Operating in Transmission Mode Only
The Betaflex HR provides critical insight into the most sophisticated screening techniques available today and is the perfect complement to the BetaFlex Pro which offers 3D Imaging (HD Flexo), 2D transmission, reflection color dot % analysis, as well as many other features.
Improved Ink Transfer and Dot Fidelity
Micro-Structure patterns have been proven to greatly improve ink transfer and dot fidelity, these patterns and textures are sensitive to variations in mask exposure and plate processing. They benefit from the same process control techniques provided by the BetaFlex Pro but require much higher magnification and resolution as provided by the BetaFlex HR
Variant 1 List price $10,890.00 Product Actual Weight 15.00 Physical Size (H x D x W) No Computer OS No Warranty 1 Year Parts & Labor ICC Version No Print Surface No Uses Print Only Color System No Pantone Library Included No Automated No Measurement Time No Measurement Aperture Size No Density Dot Area CTP Plates No Scanning Mode Reflection