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    Flexographic Printing Features:

    Max sizes 13" x 24"and 10" x 24"

    Variety of papers, films and stocks

    Two sided, four color printing

    Variety of coatings and laminations

    Up to 10 color printing of UV and water based inks

    Final product available in rolls, sheets pin feed, fan fold or individual pieces




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    Flexographic Printing


    In the typical flexo printing sequence, the substrate is fed into the press from a roll. The image is printed on the substrate and then pulled through a series of stations, or print units. Each print unit is printing a single color.

    The major unit of operations in a flexographic printing operation are:


    • Image Preparation
    • Printing
    • Platemaking
    • Finishing


    Process Flow For Flexographic Printing:

    Flexo has total in-line manufacturing, which includes:

    • Back Printing
    • Laminating
    • Custom Die Cutting
    • Perforating
    • Slitting And Sheeting

    ...all performed in one continuous operation to reduce lead time and cost.