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FLEXO Magazine : July 2009
DESIGN 2.0 GETTING STARTED 2.1 Recognizing Attributes of the Flexographic Printing Process The use of spot colors, specialty inks, and a wide variety of substrates are just a few of the choices available with flexography. Designers must be informed about the advantages of the flexographic printing process in order to make use of them during the design process. The designer must communicate with the print provider to understand their capabilities and how they can jointly optimize the quality and effectiveness of the final product. 2.1: Flexographic Market Segments: The flexographic printing industry offers designers broad choices of types of packaging, substrates, inks and in-line converting capabilities.
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