F Flexography born in the United States in 1860 and its method was improved in England 1890, but its reals advantages has been discover recently. The latest 15 or 20 years have seen the bigger advances in the flexography usage.
It is one of the most modern methods for printing. The flexography uses a flexible photopolymer printing plate (a very flexible material) or rubber with an image in 3D printing. The transferring ink system is made by an “anilox” roll engraving.
What are the advantages of it? It is one of the most used methods in food and packaging industries for its quality, speed and flexibility.
It allows large printing options on absorbent and non-absorbent substrates.
It uses fast drying technics, providing a quicker printing and flexibility.
The presses provide a large variety of printing lengths for covering every need.
It is possible to print continuous images, very useful for gift wraps or wallpaper.
All those advantages apart, flexography advances have made possible that today, IPG Flexo could offer a bright color printing and high definition images.
Using the flexography printing, with an attractive and functional design, - IPG can develop it in association with your company- your brand will be recognized and highlighted as you deserve in the selling point, helping to increase the sale of your products.