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FLEXO Magazine : March 2013
platform. Either the wide world seems too large and compli- cated, or the narrow world not capable enough. Those that have invested in both know firsthand the strengths and weak- nesses of each. With this new class of machine, the gap is closed and new doors have opened. The strengths of each have been merged, and for a company with a job mix that can support it, this technology gives printers the edge that puts them a step above the rest. n About The Author: Jason Manders is the printing product line manager for Paper Converting Machine Co. (PCMC) Green Bay, WI. All the features and performance capabilities mentioned above are available on the wide web Fusion and FusionMAX platforms, and the new Aquaflex ELS-MAX nar- row web machine offered by PCMC. 52 FLEXO march 2013 www.flexography.org HD-ITR Flat Top Dot Seamless Sleeves High Definition Flexo Technical Partnerships OEC Graphics is not simply a source for prepress. We are your graphics provider, brand developer, technical expert, press-side troubleshooter, equipment consultant and your means to establish even stronger relationships with your customers. Our goal is to grow your business by becoming technical partners. Together we can educate and inspire your customer base to expand on the relationship, growing business together. LISTEN. CREATE. DELIVER. REQUEST A SAMPLE call Brad Vette at 1.800.388.7770 or email email@example.com Their Technology OEC Graphics Technology 50% More Color Space Press-Neutral Technology Drive Quality & Productivity TAKE YOUR FLEXO TO THE HIGHEST LEVEL Let OEC Graphics... Let OEC Graphics... Wisconsin . Chicago . California . Atlanta VISIT US AT INFO*FLEX 2013 BOOTH #525 The eight dryer nozzles between every color and an optional 10-foot long after dryer all blowing hot air at 68,000 fpm on the web ensures a thoroughly dried print job. automatic viscosity control, peristaltic pumps, and a force-controlled doctor chamber ensure the ink flow is maintained per specification