is it standard to do gangprint, different sku and artworks of similar materials be printed one time in a flexo process? this is for submission to customer as color reference for mass production?
commissioning our CI press, and will use cmykogv. any suggestion on printing sequence... we have units and will use the cmykogv printing process, will it be possible to do KCMY-ogv as print sequence for reverse printing. thanks
hi guys this happy new year.
trying toset quota for our daily printing and would like to know if anybody has a chart or recommended run per hour if we are using different grammage? example, 250 gsm is supposed to have how many impressions per hour compared to a 380 gsm substrate using same cmyk...
looking for a plotter that can do both sample making and phot0polymer plate cutting in v-shape angle (v-cut). also, looking for advise how to print in flexo continuous artwork like a roto-gravure printing. we expect gaps brought about by the end edge of the rubber plate and looking for...
this is interesting thread... same question, why is my print turning pale or the good red print going down in color the next day. this is solid printing so no way to compensate in prepress. what we do is increase the density and hope that after drying, we hit the expected color. thanks
follow up inputs on these is how do e lower the moisture content of our boards to a certain target. can increasing the temperature of the hot air room be increased to lower down the moisture level of the corr-board?
we provided an enclose room to condition corrugated and laminated board to control moisture content and establish consistent data for our postpress finish. my question is what is the appropriate room temperature to cure our materials? will best appreciate suggestions to establish our process. thanks
my customer provided us cxf data for our color reference. how can i measure my spotcolors to produce cxf values using i1 pro or exact advance. hope experts of this color data shares thoughts about cxf and how to create such data.
can you guys lead me to a previous post here where i can avail of an ink software to formulate a special color using my left-over inks? or are there new softwares being offered to do this so i can still make use of my left-over offset inks. thanks