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 biggest concern when it comes to flexo printing equipment is repeatability. Having a high rate of variation between print runs is never good, so taking steps to improve your repeatability should be your utmost priority.
You've likely seen news coverage of plastic packaging floating on the surface of the world's oceans. Experts predict that there will be more plastic than fish in the seas by the year 2050.
The pharma sector is one of the most regulated divisions in the entire healthcare industry. Why wouldn't it be, when even the slightest mistake could wreak unrepairable havoc to the end-users? New pharmaceutical packaging trends lean toward ...
As the term suggests, a sustainable printing process seeks to promote environmental conservation on a broad spectrum. It not only employs eco-friendly production processes; it also raises the stakes higher by adopting sustainable packaging...
As we all know, there are many variables in play when we turn on our flexo printing press. Are our air mandrels aligned? Does our ink have the right surface tension? But, one variable you might not have checked is the temperature.
When it comes to packaging food or medical devices, it’s crucial that everything that needs to be compliant is compliant.
For small and mid-sized manufacturers, determining the right printing options for your products can be a challenge. A lot of the larger printing companies focus on big printing runs that are simply not an option for smaller companies.
Yes, product packaging is meant to protect the product, but it does so much more than that. Today, good packaging serves as a marketing tool, helping certain products stand out on the store shelf and attract customers.