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FLEXO Magazine : May 2011
Adios, unwieldy anilox inventories. Sayonara, BCM/LPI math. Bon voyage, sleeve and roll changes. So long, pinholes, dot gain, mottling and haloing. See ya later, downtime. Hello, UniFlexGTT When the world’s largest anilox manufacturer rewrites the flexo rulebook with an invention that renders obsolete conventional hexcell anilox technology, you know it’s kind of a big deal. Meet UniFlexGTT , a revolution in wide-web flexographic ink metering technology. Imagine requiring just two or three UniFlexGTT surfaces to replace your entire stockpile of hexcell anilox rolls/sleeves. Imagine: use the same surface for fine screens and stronger solids — on fewer ink stations at higher speeds. Go ahead and streamline your pressroom. Gain unparalleled print quality and consistency. Free your bottom line to soar. And re-imagine your future. Is this an evolution in flexo? More like a revolution. Bold words? You bet. And here’s why: Apex reinvented theveryconcept of ink-to-plate transfer and, from the ground up, perfected a whole new Slalom Ink Channel surface geometry, a new ceramic composition and a new laser engraving process. So save time. Save ink. Save money. Let us prove it: request/download your GTT brochure. Or better yet — ask for your GTT quote today. Rest in peace. 866-APEX-USA gtt@ apexnorthamerica.com www.byebyeanilox.com UniFlex GTT for Wide Web | UniFli GTT for Narrow Web | UniCorr GTT for Corrugated | UniCoat GTT for Coatings/Offset Bye bye, anilox. ® surfaces to replace your entire stockpile of hexcell anilox rolls/sleeves. Imagine: use the same surface for fine screens and stronger solids — on fewer ink stations at higher GTT Print Ads 8x10.875.indd 3 4/15/11 12:31:15 PM
Sustainable Spring 2011