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Regency Flexographic unveils online dieline database

January 10, 2011

The database of 650 dielines took more than nine months to upload.

Regency Flexographic, a flexographic label converter in Oklahoma City, OK, USA, has started 2011 off with an updated website, complete with a database of more than 650 dielines available for immediate download by its clients.

“Digitizing all of our dielines and making them available to our customers has long been a priority of ours,” says Blake Wright, owner and president of the 25 year old company. “Although it was a huge undertaking that took over nine months to complete, this will help our customers choose the correct label size for their application. We also hope it will spur their creativity, as nearly 200 of these dies are special shapes, including starbursts, ribbons, shields and other unique shapes.”

Over the last five years, Regency has installed Esko prepress software and plating equipment and Label Traxx job management software. The company also completed the purchase and installation of an Omet X-Flex press, winner of the 2008 Flexographic Technical Association's Innovation Award.

“We continue to move forward,” Wright says. “Supporting our customers with the best equipment, service and ideas is what we’re all about.”

Downloadable die lines can be found at http://www.regencyflexo.com/dielines.html.



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