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Labelexpo Europe Post-Show Report
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published November 21, 2013
Confidence and optimism permeated the halls of the show’s largest edition to date. Read More »
Inkjet Printers and Presses
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published November 29, 2012
Digital adopters of all budgets choosing the inkjet route have a plethora of options. Read More »
laser ablative dry film
Published July 10, 2012
In cooperation with the Swiss Folex AG, Flint Group Flexographic Products has developed a laser ablative dry film. It is designed for imaging on infrared laser systems, such as digital flexo or letterpress imagesetters. The imaged film can be used… Read More »
Digital Label Printing
Published November 13, 2009
HP Indigo retains its dominance in the growing digital label market, but inkjet is making a strong bid for a share. Read More »
Flexo and UV Flexo Inks
By Steve Katz
Published March 30, 2009
Ink manufacturers conduct extensive R&D in order to improve upon the wide range of products available to flexo printers. Read More »
The Control Group
By Jack Kenny
Published April 7, 2008
A New Jersey converter has found a profitable niche Read More »
Flexo Plate Evolution
Published March 27, 2007
Digital plate processing has altered the landscape in flexography. The conventional systems still abound, but digital is taking market share, and some new equipment is poised to gain attention. Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: OPM Group
By Barry Hunt
Published July 20, 2005
Film based flexo in the UK. Read More »
PCM Image-Tek has introduced the MP850, an 8.5" wide inline or offline label finishing system that can laminate and rotary diecut pre-printed labels, produced by any roll to roll label printer. The MP850 diecuts labels up to 8.25" wide x 9&… Read More »
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