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It’s all about the numbers – anilox metrics translate into consistent print metrics Metrics dominate our lives- the more the results matter, the more we measure and set performance standards and tolerances. Flexo printing is no exception to this – when offset quality is the benchmark and staying ahead of
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For Immediate Release: January 9, 2018 PAMARCO AT PRINT UV January 9, 2018- Come join us in Las Vegas from February 26-28, 2018 at the Print UVConference, the premier all-in-one conference for leaders in the global UV printing industry. Attendees meet to network, engage with printers and leading suppliers, uncover new ideas
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As we approach the end of 2017, it is important for us to take a look at the past and at the future. The flexo industry continues to go from strength to strength in every sector. Purchases of new equipment in the three major areas of corrugated, flexible packaging, and
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By asking one question three times over and answering a few others, specifying anilox rolls for a new multi-color die cutter or flexo folder gluer can be done easily. This is true for any flexo printer in the corrugated market, no matter the size.   Asking for a committee of
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First read in Flexo Magazine An Overview of Options and their Application   The doctor blade appears to be a simple component of the flexographic printing process but, as often is the case, appearances can be deceiving. The casual user might wonder what is there to think about, a blade
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Safe-handling ideas for Doctor Blades used in Flexo and Gravure. The edges of typical new, unused metal Flexo and Gravure doctor blades look like this in cross-section. Post ID 8674
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As originally printed in Corrugated Today How can one printer stand out in a crowd of competitors? Easy. By building a better box. But how do you build a better box than the one that you’re building right now? Over my years in the print industry, I have found that
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Katie’s original article was published on flexography.org Sep 14 2017
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Name: Clyde Messer What is your role at Pamarco? Originally a plater, now a grinder and polisher. How long have you been with Pamarco?  I started working in Roselle, NJ, as a plater. That was in November 29, 1969. In August, 1979, we were sent to Gainesville, GA. I was moved there
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Today’s interview is with VP of Manufacturing for Pamarco’s offset division, Carmon Madison. He’s going to give us his insight into the number one issue facing offset printers today. Katie Graham: Carmon, what can you tell me about that issue?Carmon Madison: The number one issue for the press-room, whether it be
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Absolute has just completed the conversion to 2G carbon fiber chambers on two BOBST Bielefeld flexo presses for East Riding Sacks (ERS). As the premier manufacturer of paper sacks in the UK, ERS is the largest independent supplier of multiwall sacks in the UK. A key player in the European
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As the flexible packaging and wide web market continue to expand globally, we expect the annual installation over fifty-five new presses in North America alone. Each installation in this growing market segment brings opportunity to improve its processes and procedures, and Pamarco is positioned to help. Our foundational activities surround
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