Re: Quality control checks and balances question
First you need to know what your customer or ad rep is looking for.
Sometimes just because the ink is even and the skin tones are correct does not mean the customer is looking at the same things.
Proofs checked by the customer before the job goes...
Re: Moiré problem....
Moire is the result of trying to screen a image that has a pattern similar to the screen you are using.
The silk painting is producing a pattern from the grain of the silk.
You will be luck to fix this.
Try using several different screen types that is less like the grain...
Re: Registration on a Web press
Your best bet for good quality is to talk directly to the printer that`s doing your job, because only they know what quality they can acheive with their press.
You as a customer will have a better feeling when the job is complete.
Because the printer will want a...
Re: Check List for Press Set up
Just in the last year our press set up has changed due to new technology and will
continue to change. Our change was going shaftless on a double wide web press.
The best idea I can think of is to get you lead press personnel together and develope a check list...
Re: Density difference gripper to tail
What type of press is it and please describe your ink train and condition of the plate and blanket cylinders. Its sounds more like ink roller setting.
Test each print couple by printing a screen on each cylinder and check the dot condition from gripper to...
Re: Which is more important, Stock conditioning or Pressroom Conditions?
I print on uncoated 27.6 lb. paper now on a web press but I started on a sheetfeed press 30 years ago.
Enviroment of the paper and press needs to stay the same. And it is true the lighter the stock the more it is effected...
Automatically Autonomous Automation
Although the autonomous car is not quite ready, a lights out print operation is something you can do right now if you have a comprehensive Print MIS (Management Information System). The advantages can put money on your bottom line. So what’s your next step?
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