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Flexo Labels made into sheets

March 12, 2012

Here is a quicky post of some Flexo Printing. Flexo is a printing process, that uses flexible polymer plates with a reverse image to directly make an impression. Offset printing uses a “blanket” to transfer the image to the paper.

Flexo printing is IDEAL for labels. Because pressure sensitive (sticky) paper is so expensive, it is way cheaper to buy this paper in roll stock. We can diecut the labels inline – saving more money, and add matte or gloss UV coatings inline as well – saving even MORE money.

For this job, we used some extra tooling at the end of the press to perforate and cut the labels into sheets.
This helped the customer, because they were distributing these labels all over the Province in small batches.

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