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FLEXO Magazine : April 2011
25 10:30am - 12:30pm Over the past few years, the intensity of the pressures on businesses like ours to perform at the highest, most optimal levels, while saving money in the process, has multiplied considerably. Compounding those harsh demands is stiff competition, environmental issues and oh yeah...the Walmart scorecard! Stressful times? You bet! Every company in today’s printing/converting field is looking to accelerate past the competition and get to the finish line first. This session will help you do just that. The information these four presenters will relay will give you that ‘edge’ by offering up ideas you can use in your own processes immediately. Pull in for a ‘pit-stop’ and hear what these speakers say about the environmental impact of inks, the very best way to meter ink in the flexo process...and even what the right color measurement instrument is that will help your performance. These are just a few of the topics that will be covered and we are sure that any one of these will hit home for you and let you get to the winner’s circle before your competition! Session Chairs: David Nuñez, International Paper Company & Rick Pomerenka, Printron Instrumental Reprise Just as a conductor must understand the intricacies of each instrument in the orchestra, anyone interested in color management must understand the various properties of the color management instruments available to the industry. Advantages and disadvantages of each type of instrument will be discussed in relation to color management issues. James Ford, Color Resolutions International inks & substrates session Tuesday,May3 FORUM WORKBOOK