Similar names, different meanings

Have you ever come across any terms that have a similar name but express different concepts? Halftones and midtones: do they refer to anything that stays in the middle of something? And what about trap and trapping? Are you interested in customized training in flexography? Contact me! Don't miss flexo•expert news: subscribe [...]

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Do you know what is your minimum dot?

A short video to explain the meaning of minimum dot and why it is one important information to describe the characteristics of your flexographic printing condition. Are you interested in customized training in flexography? Contact me! Don't miss flexo•expert news: subscribe to mailing list!

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How to correctly describe the engraving specifications of anilox rolls?

What are the correct units of measure to describe the engraving specifications of anilox rolls? I hope this short video serves to clarify this aspect with correct terminology. Are you interested in customized training in flexography? Contact me! Don't miss flexo•expert news: subscribe to mailing list! Don't miss the next videos: [...]

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What are the ideal screening angles for flexo?

A short video on the reasons why in flexography it is necessary to use specific angles for the halftone screens. Are you interested in customized training in flexography? Contact me! Don't miss flexo•expert news: subscribe to mailing list! Don't miss the next videos: click here to subscribe to flexo•expert channel on [...]

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Goodbye aniline!

Such a nice experience I had to receive some pages from the Mosstyper newsletter dated 1951 and 1952 when flexography made its debut with the new name. Are you interested in customized training in flexography? Contact me! Don't miss flexo•expert news: subscribe to mailing list! Don't miss the next videos: click [...]

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What is the best resolution to print images in flexo?

Sometimes I come across some information that could be misleading flexo operators: image resolution must be adequate to the intended use in printing, there is a relationship between image resolution (pixels per inch) and print linescreen (lines per inch) and I'll show you in this short video. Are you interested in customized training in [...]

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10 things to avoid in flexography to prevent from troubles

Have you ever experienced any troubles when printing in flexo? Here is a list of things you should avoid when approaching flexography in order to prevent from troubles in production. Don't miss the next videos: click here to subscribe to flexo•expert channel on YouTube! Interested in customized training in flexography? [...]

Why do we call it “flexography”?

Flexography is the youngest among the conventional printing systems: just a baby when compared with letterpress, offset lithography, gravure and screen printing. Its name was chosen with a ballot and finally presented during the 14th Packaging Institute Forum, in October 1952. Don't miss the next videos: click here to subscribe to flexo•expert channel on [...]

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