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  • Top causes of anilox scoring and how to prevent them

    Doug Jones || January 18, 2017
    An explanation on score lines, different types and how to prevent them from effecting print quality and consistency.

  • Gallus sells 400th ECS 340 Series label press

    Gallus sells 400th ECS 340 Series label press

    October 13, 2016
    The deal was made with Spain's Relieves Egara at the recent Gallus Innovation Days in Switzerland.

  • Stork Prints announces new DSI printer sales

    December 15, 2011
    The company has most recently sold its new-generation DSI 5530L digital label printer to Etiquetage Legal.

  • Flexo Trends

    Flexo Trends

    March 30, 2009
    Flexo, say the experts, no longer has to compare itself to offset. It now sets its own standards.

  • Companies to Watch

    Companies to Watch

    October 9, 2007
    Companies to Watch is a special feature of Label & Narrow Web that pays tribute to a select group of converters who are making noteworthy contributions to the health of the industry.

  • Applying laser engraving

    March 19, 2007
    Applying laser engraving to high volume screen output As is widely known, UV rotary screen is one of the prime processes for printing cosmetic and toiletries labels on flexo or offset combination presses. One of Europe’s largest users of the…

  • Digital Print

    Digital Print

    November 1, 2006
    Four-color digital inkjet label printers are making a bid to find a home in the narrow web marketplace, as the digital segment shows steady growth among converters and customers.

  • Narrow Web Profile: Novelprint

    Narrow Web Profile: Novelprint

    Jack Kenny || September 7, 2005
    In Brazil, one of Latin America's great innovators seeks ever-distant technological horizons.

  • Narrow Web Profile: Spear

    Leah Genuario || July 20, 2005
    A look into one successful company that's not afraid to think differently.