In the wake of shifting consumer demands, the food and beverage packaging market is undergoing dramatic changes. To keep pace with those demands, many providers are switching from analog to digital printing solutions.
According to a new NAPCO Research report, the combination of buyer trends and inkjet technology innovations are promoting wider use of digital printing in the production of labels, corrugated, folding cartons, and flexible packaging.
New research from NAPCO Research and Memjet reveals how today’s inkjet printing systems enable printers and converters to transition work from analog to digital, meet new customer demands, and create new opportunities.
Recently, I was at a 3M symposium in Minneapolis when it was made abundantly clear there is confusion regarding target densities for the flexographic industry. Let’s try to clear up the confusion…
The fingerprint is a vital step in ensuring repeatable print and maximizing the tonal range output of your press. During a fingerprint, repeatability is key. If you can’t repeat it, don’t waste your time!
Press optimizations will allow you to know without a doubt, how to choose the best anilox roll engravings, the optimal mounting tape density to select and the best ink for a job. However, most people are either unsure of how to properly complete an optimization or don’t see the importance of it.