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Agfa’s Drystar 4500 clears FDA

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The FDA has given the go-ahead for Agfa to begin selling its newest dry imaging system in the U.S. Drystar 4500, a freestanding unit that delivers 508 dpi resolution, handles two media sizes online simultaneously and delivers 8 x 10-inch media in 45

The FDA has given the go-ahead for Agfa to begin selling its newest dry imaging system in the U.S. Drystar 4500, a freestanding unit that delivers 508 dpi resolution, handles two media sizes online simultaneously and delivers 8 x 10-inch media in 45 seconds (80/hour) and 10 x 12-inch media in 60 seconds (60/hour). The imager can print the complete bitmap of a scanned 14 x 17-inch ADC plate on 10 x 12-inch media.

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