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Harper Corp. announces iPhone app

August 28, 2012

Features include a troubleshooting guide, contact information for customer service, and a cleaner cross reference.

Anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America has released the Harper Anilox Support app, which has made its debut in the iPhone app store.

According to the company, this app has been designed to assist flexographic press operators in navigating the challenges that the industry often encounters. For example, a printer who is trying to overcome a specific obstacle may turn to the Harper Anilox Support app for assistance.

"The issues for which the app provides information span a long list, but they are all based on the challenges that flexographic professionals, specifically, may face," the company says. "From taking care of anilox rolls and sleeves to utilizing HarperScientific cleaners effectively, the topics covered by the app allow professionals to access diverse and informative details that will assist them in streamlining their operations and maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of their Harper Corporation products."

The app hosts several features, including: a troubleshooting guide, contact information for wide web and narrow web sales, 10 tips for anilox sleeve maintenance, contact information for technical and customer service, 10 tips for anilox roll maintenance, and a HarperScientific cleaner cross reference guide.

Further details about the app are available here

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