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FLEXO Magazine : July 2012
FLEXO: With EG are you able to create a 287 blue? And if so how much of a color match is it compared to a spot color in DE? DYE: Yes, we are able to match 287 blue. We are able to match to <2.0 DE to the same color file as a spot color printer would. FLEXO: Do you have multiple suppliers? What is the impact of cost on your trade shop selection process? DYE:. We do have multiple suppliers. Separation costs can be slightly higher in a 100 percent EG workflow. FLEXO: Do you choke any colors back when printing text? How accurate does registration have to be and how reason- able is it for a printer to achieve this? DYE: Built type is output 1:1. We run extensible and non-ex- tensible films. Registration is largely dependent on mount- ing and printing equipment. To fully dedicate to expanded gamut, you would need a process capable of <.003 total process variance. n 30 FLEXO july 2012 www.flexography.org