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August 7, 2012

Anderson & Vreeland has launched a series of demonstration and instructional videos covering all facets of flexographic printing.

Flexo TV, a new online resource for demonstration and instructional videos covering all facets of flexographic printing, is being introduced by Anderson & Vreeland, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of flexographic plate processing equipment and materials.

At the website www.AndersonVreeland.com/FlexoTV, visitors can watch and learn from dozens of videos covering flexo plate production, proper plate mounting techniques, how to set up a four-color process fingerprint run, color calibration instruments and techniques, direct laser engraving and dozens of other subjects, including an eight-minute video showing how AVantage liquid photopolymer printing plates are produced. The online resource also offers videos introducing new products and technologies affecting flexography, including nyloflex NExT, the high-intensity UV exposure technology introduced by Flint Group Flexographic Products that delivers precise reproduction of digital layouts onto finished printing plates.

“We wanted to offer informative, engaging video content as added value and support for our customers, especially as our industry continues to innovate with new technology and capabilities,” says Darin Lyon, vice president and general manager for A&V. “There are videos for everyone, from basic tutorials on flexo plate production to advanced printing applications,” adds Lyon.

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