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FLEXO Magazine : August 2011
Certainly, today’s printing press manufacturers are clearly aware that the payback periods of their presses get shorter and shorter. Collectively, all their efforts contribute to optimizing UV-flexo quality, to compete with offset and gravure, which is precisely the interest of their clients who want to expand their activities within affordable conditions. Proverbial as it may sound, brand owners and label printers/converters alike are reporting that even the smallest screen-dot can be maintained by their presses during the UV flexo printing process. They are achieving bold colors, held in tight register, across a variety of applications and strengthening brand image and identification every step of the way! n About the Author: Denny McGee is president, MPS LLC, Brookfield, WI. He served on FTA’s Board of Directors and FFTA’s Board of Trustees for six years and was inducted into FTA’s Hall of Fame in 2005. His experience with flexography, particularly the narrow web segment dates back nearly four decades. He has been a frequent contributor to FLEXO Magazine and has spoken at FFTA’s Annual Forum on several occasions. He can be contacted at: email@example.com. A 14-color UV flexo printing press, manufactured/configured by MPS and depicted in the story is now in place at one of Russia’s leading flexographic converters. It sits beside three similar, but smaller models. 42 FLEXO august 2 011 www. f le xography. org