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FLEXO Magazine : Golden Anniversary Commemorative Journal
THE 19905 "The body of knowledge about digital platemaking is very limited compared to other aspects of flexo printing. There are no user groups and the topic is just starting to be addressed by industry organiza- tions. While the market matures-and we are certain it will-every job we handle digitally is a valuable learning experience. It will incorporate a new custom- er, a new screen ruling or some other new challenge. "The longer we work with digital technology, the more benefits we discover. The most obvious advantage of the process, and the one most publicized, is the extended tonal range of the digital plate. It drives flexo further up into the offset qual- ity realm-better process color, better vignettes and so on. ...Digitallends itself well to printing fine, leg- ible copy. Some critical line work looks better print- ed with digital flexo than with rotogravure." -Tom Underwood, General Manaqer, OEe Graphics, writinq in FLEXO, Apri/1999 ù\es _ '11 . ä; :1 .- 3 tß 9 <:> u.s. EPA Environmental concerns and initiatives received priority billing in the 1990s. FTA was instrumental in partnering with other associations and even government agencies in sponsoring both Design for the Environment guidelines and the National Enviromental Health and Safety Conference. Congratulate the FTA on 50 Years of Excellence! @@ @rn@ TIrn@ @lliID@ _ 0 - Dunwoog CIIUlGE OF 1ECHNOLDGY ,
Flexo Sustainable Spring 2008