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  • Plate Mounting Systems

    Plate Mounting Systems

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || September 9, 2014
    High-quality plate mounting systems ensure accuracy from the very beginning of the workflow.

  • Computer-to-Plate Systems

    Computer-to-Plate Systems

    Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor || April 15, 2014
    Manufacturers of today’s systems are squarely focused on providing high-quality images while reducing waste and increasing productivity.

  • Quality Control

    Quality Control

    January 24, 2014
    A successful quality control system addresses all aspects of a label’s production, and ensures that new customers will become repeat customers.

  • Flexo Presses

    Flexo Presses

    Steve Katz, Editor || March 8, 2012
    Considered the backbone of the industry, flexo presses continue to evolve in order to keep pace with a printer’s wants and needs.

  • Flexo Press Economics

    Flexo Press Economics

    April 11, 2011
    New press technology and Lean practices are cutting down time, labor and waste - and growing profits.

  • Short Run Labels

    Short Run Labels

    Steve Katz || November 13, 2009
    The capability to effectively deliver short run labels opens converters to new markets and more profits, and the right equipment and process know-how are key tools for success in this segment of the industry.

  • Flexo and UV Flexo Inks

    Flexo and UV Flexo Inks

    Steve Katz || March 30, 2009
    Ink manufacturers conduct extensive R&D in order to improve upon the wide range of products available to flexo printers.

  • Anilox Roll Specifications: Line Count or Volume?

    Anilox Roll Specifications: Line Count or Volume?

    Dan Foy || July 22, 2008
    The author makes a case for the use of anilox cell volume as the best specification for achieving optimum ink performance and color reproduction.

  • Flexo Ink

    July 12, 2005
    Developments in water based and UV curable inks mean greater potential for converters.