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Flexo Printing Defects by Category

 

Your flexo materials and process have served you well for years and produced great prints, but lately it seems that the final prints coming off the press just don't look right anymore. It’s likely you’re encountering a common flexographic printing...

Flexo Printing Kiss Print Solutions

We’re sorry you’re feeling the pressure in your printing operations.

Flexo printing is a pressure-sensitive process. You may have great ink chemistry/composition combined with the best choices of anilox, image carrier, and substrate. But...

Flexo Printing: Graph Paper, Lined Paper, and Other Office Accessories

 

Today, in the eyes of many, flexo printing technology has become the most preferred superior print process in various industries since it provides an optimal combination of productivity, flexibility and quality. It can also adapt to different...

What Is Distortion in Flexo Printing? Plate Thickness is One Factor

 

If you’ve ever seen a child play with Silly Putty and newspaper, then you’ve seen image distortion at work. When the putty is pressed to the newspaper, the ink and text are transferred. Then, when the child stretches the putty -- or even puts it...

Digital Flexo Printing: What Components Do You Need?

If you're reading this article, you're probably already familiar with flexographic printing, printing that uses cylinders and elastomer sleeves to print on a variety of substrates at high speeds, while achieving high quality products. 

But did you...

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 image...

‘Halo’: Not So Heavenly Among Flexo Printing Defects

We can’t stress enough that flexographic printing is a pressure-sensitive process. If pressure is not applied correctly and uniformly from your print cylinder to the substrate, you’re bound to experience flexo printing defects.

The halo effect is...

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