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Companies To Watch: Pirkanmaan Laatuetiketti Oy
By John Penhallow
Published October 10, 2014
Pirkanmaan Laatuetiketti Oy Keskitie 3, 33470  Ylöjärvi, Finland laatuetiketti.fi Ask anyone in Europe where Finland is and they will probably jab a finger up in the air to indicate that it’s “somewhere up in the far… Read More »
Inkjet Printing Equipment
By Steve Katz
Published November 13, 2009
As printing technology continues to evolve, inkjet components do so as well, offering converters improved print quality and more flexibility. Read More »
China
By Steve Katz
Published October 6, 2008
China is a huge and potentially profitable market, but there are many obstacles to overcome. Read More »
Published March 25, 2008
Signing off with a look back at European trends After nine years or so, this is my final Europe column. Wearing my somewhat battered freelance hat, I will still be scribbling selectively on the labeling scene, but it’s now time to be doing oth… Read More »
Published September 13, 2006
XericWeb to market new UV system in N. America XericWeb Drying Systems, of Neenah, WI, USA, and UV Ray of Milan, Italy, have formed an alliance to bring a new UV curing system to the North American narrow web flexographic printing market. UV Ray wi… Read More »
Foil Applications
Published July 20, 2005
Hot, cold, flat, rotary, solid, flexible, sleeves, rings. Read More »
Narrow Web Gravure
By Jack Kenny
Published July 20, 2005
An ancient print process enjoys a small revival among high end narrow web converters. Read More »
Published February 9, 2015
Coveris replaced its 20-year old UV lamps with a new UV curing system manufactured by GEW. Read More »
EB curing the focus of packaging seminar
By Greg Hrinya, Associate Editor
Published January 15, 2015
Representatives from PCT, ACTEGA-Kelstar, Uteco North America, Wikoff Color Corporation and Precision Press explained this alternative to UV curing. Read More »
Published December 1, 2014
The "Magic Carpet" is capable of a maximum curing power of 18W/cm² and speeds of up to 100m/min. Read More »



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