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FLEXO Magazine : May 2010
www.flexography.org may 2010 FLEXO 21 NoScienceFair Project, RealWoRld Flexo NoScienceFair Project, RealWoRld Flexo Cenveo mm&T, its Partners & FTa Exhibit Technical Innovation By Robert moran and Christian R. Bonawandt The Challenge: Showcase state-of-the-art flexo, how far it’s come, what is possible and what is unique. Get people to take notice and start talking. Put flexo to the test. Raise the bar. • Utilize FLEXO Magazine’s May 2010 cover as a vehicle to demonstrate the impact of award-winning technology, its combination with readily available materials—both equip- ment and consumables. • Profile a printer’s and prepress supplier’s expertise in producing a non-traditional, highly specialized flexo print production job, while guaranteeing quality, consistent, repeatable results. • Unveil the outcome, for all to see, at FFTA’s 2010 Annual Forum, May 2, in Las Vegas, NV The Featured Technology: Kodak Flexcel NX Digital Flexographic System—winner of FTA’s 2009 Technical Innovation Award—that promises high resolution and gravure-like quality. The Project Parameters: Marry flexo to offset in a presentation that contains nine different images of award-winning flexographic print jobs—namely recipients of Best-of-Show Honors in FTA’s 2010 Excellence in Flexography Awards Competition. • Tie and/or link that presentation to similar treatment for the host city for FFTA’s Annual Forum—Las Vegas, NV. • Exercise complete freedom in design. • Mandate 100 percent use of readily/ commercially available equipment and materials. The Players: FLEXO Magazine, Cenveo MM&T, Autumn Graphics, Kodak. Supporting Players: Transilwrap of Canada, Ltd.; Gallus Inc.; Harper Corporation of America; Flint Group/Rotec Sleeves; Rotometrics; Sun Chemical Corp; 3M; Canflexographics. Representatives: Marcelo Marziali, flexography supervisor; Jay Page, account manager— Cenveo McLaren Morris & Todd, Mississauga, ON , Canada. • Ben Abray, president, Autumn Graphics, Ltd. , London, ON , Canada. • Emma Schlotthauer, global marketing, flexo plate products; Paul Lancelle, flexo print ap- plication specialist, Eastman Kodak Company. • Mike Reid, market manager/print, Transilwrap of Canada, Ltd. , Scarborough, ON . • Andre Blais, sales manager, Gallus Inc., Philadelphia, PA. • Kelly Roberts, president, Canflexographics Ltd., Burlington, ON , Canada. • Katie Dubois, graphic designer; Christian R. Bonawandt, editor, Bob Moran, publisher, FLEXO Magazine, Ronkonkoma, NY. Job on—printed material is collected in roll form after passing through the press at more than 200fpm. FLX_May10_sec1.indd 21 4/20/10 5:12 PM