Flexo colour proofing stage, a crucial phase in the pre-press process, offers customers a visual preview of their final printed piece, guiding contractual agreements. Utilising press characterisation data, the proofing system constructs a colour profile vital for aligning incoming files … » read more «
This is the part 2 to the pervious article Flexography Rip and software solutions
Esko Flexo Tools
Integrate Esko’s flexo knowledge with Adobe Photoshop. Flexo Tools fix problems unique to flexo printing and let Adobe® Photoshop® CS users see improvements. … » read more «
What is RIP?
Raster Image Processor RIP A computer device or program that translates digital information in the page description language to the pattern of dots to be delivered by the output unit of the system. This article will further … » read more «
The FlexoPrint mobile application is a special, useful, and cost-free utility. Excellent for prepress personnel in charge of processing photopolymer plates, print quality, and consistency.
Professional calculators for flexo prepress and configurators are included in the FlexoPrint mobile application to
What is Flexo print colour management?
Flexo print colour management manages every step in context, matching the COLOURS of Contract Proof and Print-Run.
And now, simply assume that you want every item of your product family to have the same … » read more «
Flexographic plates play a crucial role in achieving top-notch prints for advertisements, packaging, and labels. To begin using a flexographic printer, the initial step involves preparing your artwork. One can achieve this by digitising the image or importing it into … » read more «
The process of flexo printing is very different from that of offset printing. There are many similar issues to screen printing, but they are much more serious. The printing plates are made of very flexible polymers, with different colurs used … » read more «
In the pre press process, after a design has been trapped, distorted to compensate for plate elongation, and electronically imposed (considering step-and-repeat requirements), the file is processed by the raster image processor (RIP) and output to film or plate. The … » read more «