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FLEXO Magazine : April 2014
9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m . FQC Meeting/Projects Updates - All Are Welcome Featured is a presentation by Matthew Furr of Clemson University and Mark Samworth of Esko. The presentation offers timely research focusing on color variation in 4-color and expanded gamut printing. Matt’s master’s research will give the mechanics and benefits of using GCR separation techniques and the impact on producing stable predictable color. Additionally, FQC research teams will spend a significant time meeting to discuss current projects and next steps to be taken. Current projects include: Near Neutral Dataset Assessment: Post Print Gamut Alignment (Steve Smiley); High Resolution Printing A: Print Output Metrics & B: Performance Comparison (Ann Michaud and Alex James); Expanded Gamut II Project (Sean Teufler); Open Structure Anilox Roller Volume Measurement Gauge R&R (Dan Reilly); Standards Working Group (Danny Rich). Your continued participation is vital and much appreciated. 12:15 p.m . – 12:30 p.m. Welcome to Forum 2014 Sunday, April 27 7 UNDERSTAND .. .the fundamentals of the flexographic workflow UNDERSTAND . .. the core components, concepts and applications UNDERSTAND .. . what drives superior print quality www.flexography.org/fpp BEFORE YOU CAN CONTROL IT USING ... YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND IT. Order your copy today. FTA Members: $130 | List: $260 Kindle: $99 Foundation of Flexographic Technical Association Technical Education Services Team 3920 Veterans Memorial Hwy Ste 9 Bohemia NY 11716-1074 Phone: (631) 737-6020 Fax: (631) 737-6813 www.flexography.org FLEXOGRAPHYPrinciplesandPractices6.0ABOO K S H ELFESSENT I ALFORE V ER Y FLEXOGRAP H ER :