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FLEXO Magazine : August 2011
70 FLEXO august 2011 www.flexography.org Quick, Seamless Change WhattoLookforinaPress&Howto Make it Possible By David Darder Google the words productivity and efficiency and you’ll get the following results: Productivity is the relationship between output from a production process and the resources used to obtain that very same output. It can also be defined as the relationship between results and the time used to obtain them. The shorter amount of time needed to obtain the expected result, the more productive the system is. Efficiency is defined as the capability to have some- one or something at your disposal in order to achieve EfficiEncy at its corE • Improvements in ergonomics take efficiency to its purest state. • Design offers easy access for maintenance and daily operational needs. • Parts replacement is simplified. • Continuous improvements, to include self-cleaning and self-inking systems, breed user friendliness. Efficient presses are equipped with an overhead platform that allows access to all elements requiring maintenance, with the purpose of simplifying parts replacement; as well as upkeep and cleaning. Photos: Comexi. TEchnoLogiEs & TEchniquEs