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FLEXO Magazine : April 2010
SUNDAY,MAY2 SeSSionS SeSSionS SUNDAY, MAY 2 FORUM WORKBOOK 13 Preparation for Forum 2011 is already in the works. If you’ve got a hot topic that you would like to see appear on next year’s program we want to hear about it! If you’re an expert in your field with a penchant for public speaking, we want your abstract! If your company is interested in gaining greater visibility at the flexo industry’s most widely anticipated and highly-attended annual gathering, we want to talk to you! Abstract Submission – Deadline: September 10, 2010 All abstracts MUST be submitted online at: www.flexography.org/abstracts.cfm and all fields must be completed in their entirety. Questions? Contact Shelley Rubin, firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. www.flexography.org May 1-4, 2011 JW Marriott Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana Plans for next year’s Forum have already taken flight. Flexo 101: Meeting the Challenge 10:15aM – 12:15pM The flexographic printing industry is known to have a strong drive for technological development, teamwork across and within segments, and an excellent foundation of continuous learning and co-development. The Flexo 101 session will provide attendees with a clear understanding of key flexographic printing components and how they interact within the workflow of design, prepress, production, and quality process control to result in best-in-class package printing. Chair: Jay Sperry, Clemson University Co-Chair: Malcolm Keif, California Polytechnic State University Getting Started with One Color This presentation will cover the relationships and importance of the basic variables in flexographic printing. Starting with a scenario – a customer says they need you to print a specific color on a specific substrate. While the task may seem simple, there are actually many variables that must be optimized before this can be done successfully. Rory Marsoun, Clemson University Let’s Do it the Same Way Tomorrow! How do I make sure jobs are consistent across shifts, between presses and plants? How do I approve the pressrun? This presentation will introduce the basics of process control – applied to key ingredients in the flexographic supply chain. Allen Marquardt, Kimberly-Clark Corporation Flexo’s Competitive Advantage for Packaging Graphics: Selling Flexo Flexography is the premier printing process. With the shortest lead times, greatest color gamut and least cost, it’s surprising anything is printed by any other process. As an industry we are responsible for informing the consumer products companies of all flexography’s benefits. This presentation will discuss flexography’s characteristics, give examples of best-in-class flexography and detail basic proofing consideration. All the information you will need to SELL FLEXOGRAPHY is here! Mark Mazur, DuPont Packaging Graphics Mark Samworth, EskoArtwork 2010Workbook_mech.indd 13 4/11/10 9:04 PM
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