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FLEXO Magazine : Golden Anniversary Commemorative Journal
THE 19905 Forum Themes & Locations m]ust-in-time' delivery-that will never be a reality in the flexo printing industry! There is too much creative work, too many customer revisions and too many press issues. We might cut down the delivery cycle to 3-4 weeks, but that is about the best our customers can hope for...Electronic pre- press, one of the tools necessary to address the future needs of the industry, is critical for achieving front-end solutions to evolving requirements. ttBuyers want offset quality at flexo prices. New, high-end markets, such as cosmetics are here. Demand for 4-color process printing on point-of-purchase packaging has qua- drupled in the last three years! The trend is to raise the impact of the graphics and the quality of the printing on the products converted on your presses. ttWhat can electronics do for my company, my printing process and my customers? For the company: Faster turn- around; more productivity with fewer people and less de- pendency on the traditional skilled workers. For my printing process: More ability to modify designs to enhance press specifications, such as dot-gain compensation, line screen and trapping. For my customers: less expensive creative designs; professional looking mock-ups and proofs; and the ability to work with supplied art and electronic files." -Dan Heller, Masterqraphics, speakinq at FFTA's 1993 Annual Forum 1990 March 4-6 Hyatt Regency New Orleans Chairman: ] oe Trungale Theme: Managing Flexography in the 1990s 1991 May5-7 Sheraton Centre, Toronto Chairman: Dave Horsman Theme: Kaleidoscope of Ideas 199 1 Ø) April 26-28 Hyatt Regency, Chicago, IL Chairman: Gerald Shields Of Note: FQC Debut. 84 FTA 50th Anniversary Journal 1993 May2-4 Loews Anatole, Dallas Chairman: ] ames P. Buckley Co Chair: Bruce Riddell Theme: Driving for a Wworld Class Business Of Note: FTA's 35th Anniversary 1994 May 1-3 Reno Hilton Chairman: George Sickinger Theme: A World of Opportunity Through Technology 1995 March5-7 Marriott Orlando World Center Chair: Katherine Harper Theme: Exploding Flexo Technology Into the 21st Century Speaker: Garbologist Dr.Bill Rathje, University of Arizona 1996 May 13-15 Boston Marriott Copley Place Chairman: Bill Griffith Theme: World Class Development Speaking Astronaut Tom Lovell
Flexo Sustainable Spring 2008