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6 Products You Didn't Know Were Created With Flexography

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Flexography, or flexo, is a printing process that uses image carriers and quick-drying inks. It’s a process that emphasizes efficiency and long runs during printing.

Of the many technologies used to print on packaging,...

Flexo vs Litho Printing

Commercial printing is changing rapidly, and the processes that produce the consumer goods we all see everyday are growing and changing as quickly as we are.

That’s why we thought it was time to take a fresh look at two different methods –...

The Future of Flexo: 2019 Flexographic Printing Trends

It looks like flexographic printing will have a banner year in 2019. An expanding economy, more manufacturing activity and rising retail sales will help the U.S. flexo market reach around $20 billion.

Flexo printing inks alone should see more...

Flexography 101: Image Transfer

Usually we focus more on the in-depth technical aspects of flexographic printing, but we realize that some readers are just starting out in this field.

Since many newcomers to the industry don’t completely understand what process transfers an...

Comparing Litho, Screen Printing, Digital Printing and Flexo for Corrugated

A variety of consumer products are packed into corrugated containers for shipping. To reduce costs, many companies ship products in shelf-ready packaging.

The demand for shelf-ready shipping packages created the need for printing directly onto...

The Ultimate Guide to Flexo Printing on Corrugated

Corrugated packaging and printing have come a long way in recent years. Although durable during shipping, corrugated substrates are spongy and can be easily crushed during an indelicate printing process.

As a result, businesses once had to...

How to Clean Your Flexographic Printing Products

It might seem like cleaning your flexo printing products is just about as much fun as watching grass grow. Cleaning may seem like just another must-do chore, but doing it right can have a huge impact on how great your final product looks.

Dried...

Flat Top Dots: What to Talk To Your Image Carrier Manufacturer About

In the flexographic printing world, paying attention to the tiniest of details can make the biggest of differences. One small detail that requires attention is dot profiles ( or shapes).

It seems simple enough to overlook, but the experienced...

Anilox Volume Guide (+ FREE Print Out Chart!)

Anilox volume refers to the carrying capacity of an anilox cell, or the amount of ink held in each cell, during Flexographic Printing.

It is one of the many factors that determines the amount of ink that is transferred to the print material, and...

Flexo Printing vs Gravure Printing

Commercial printing relies on a variety of technologies to print on different substrates, but two of the more popular techniques are flexographic printing and gravure printing.

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