Welcome to our new blog about everything flexography. We hope you’ll find all kinds of useful information here on the business of flexographic printing and its application to labeling, packaging, and corrugated, as well as content about our staff, technology and services. Our blog features a combination of original and contributed posts from some of the
What does our G7 Master Certification mean in a world of ISO, Mil-Spec and Six Sigma programs? For the printing industry, it represents the pinnacle of consistency and performance. In recent years, Printron has become one of an elite group of pre-press specialists to achieve all levels of G7 Certification–and all to your benefit.
G7 sounds a little like an international economic summit. In flexography it represents the highest level of certification you can achieve for color management. At Printron you’ll meet one of the world’s most renowned color experts in Bill Weber. Not content to be one of a few hundred IDEAlliance G7 Expert certified color analysts in the
Here is a critically important summation of a Webinar given by Colleen Larkin Twomey of Cal Poly State University and Bas Opdenkelder, a graphic consultant at Stanpac Inc. This article was written by Ashley Roberts, Production Editor of packagePRINTING magazine. This is the first in a series of posts that explore the unique advantages of
Sunny Spain was a perfect setting for the 20th edition of the Hispamerflex Congress that was held in Valencia on June 1-2, 2017. Experts, technicians and top representatives of Comexi, DuPont, Sun Chemical and Esko combined with print managers and brand owners from various printing and converting companies to explore the latest advancements in inks and printing products and the edge
Flexographic printing has always allowed manufacturers to push production efficiency while maintaining color and image consistency. New advancements in spectrophometry and color science from companies like Pantone are really bringing this to light. Link here to an article from X-Rite Pantone that paints a colorful new future for flexography and all the potential that it
Flat top dots offer distinct advantages for conventional printing on packaging that digital printing can’t touch. Flat top dot plates have been around for years, but have typically required extra manufacturing steps or additional equipment. More recently, the major photopolymer suppliers have introduced plates with flat top technology “built in”, eliminating the extra manufacturing steps