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FLEXO Magazine : February 2013
A simple analogy of this is your “Mother’s Chocolate Cake.” She developed a recipe (process) in which she pur- chased and combined the ingredients, while making precise judgments relative to freshness, temperature, and sequence each time she makes the cake. It came out perfectly every time. If one day you decide to make this cake and ask her to give you the list of ingredients, without first learning the pro- cess and its requirements, you will end up with a cake nothing like mom’s. The components, their relationship to each other and how they are combined must be conducted according to rule of law and getting people to understand that process can be one of the biggest challenges. n About the Author: Jeff Dumbach is a member of Corrugated Synergies International’s (CSI’s) management team. Based at corporate headquarters in Renton, WA, Dumbach spearheads the firm’s high-definition (HD) corrugated initiatives. His career in the corrugated printing and production field spans more than 27 years. 54 FLEXO february 2013 www.flexography.org Printing unit in CONPrINTa’s Test Center easy service access to hybrid dryer in CONPrINTa’s Test Center