As the manufacturing society trends toward more eco-friendly practices, it’s important to consider whether or not you’re using sustainable printing methods.
When it comes to maximizing the lifespan and usefulness of flexographic printing equipment, the importance of proper care and maintenance procedures cannot be overlooked.
Just as you would protect a new combine, dozer, or piece of manufacturing...
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 – flexo...
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...
If you’re in the flexographic printing industry, you know better than anyone that in order to get the perfect print there are hundreds of moving parts to align, test, and measure.
These considerations are only increasing with the development of...
Purchasing a flexo printing machine is a little like buying a car. You want the right balance of safety, functionality, and quality without breaking the bank.
The first step in obtaining good adhesion and print quality is to assure that the ink wets out on the substrate fully and evenly.
When thinking about the various components involved in making a final flexo printed product, one of the most important elements to thoroughly consider is your image carrier selection.
Would it surprise you to know that the colors you see on some of the most popular consumer goods are actually just a “trick of the eye”?
Have you ever wondered how the labels get printed on cans of soda or craft beer? Chances are, the product that you’re holding in your hand was printed using flexographic technology.