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How to Choose the Perfect Cutting Table?
| By Esko
Manufacturers of signage, displays, packaging and cut materials are confronted with an increasing amount of small batch production runs. This trend comes from the fast moving consumer goods and retail business. Companies in this business continuously need to engage the consumer with appealing, customized, seasonal or even personalized messages.
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Packaging - The Preferred Communication Channel to Boost Brand Value
| By Esko
Brand owners seize the opportunity to leverage the value of packaging and connect with their packaging supply chain
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3 Reasons to Automate Your Packaging Workflow
| By Esko
An automated workflow serves as the heart of any packaging prepress department. It consists of separate prepress and workflow tasks that work unattended, conducting many of the chores typically left for prepress operators such as preflight, trapping, repetition, adding registration marks, making reports and more…
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3 Good Reasons to Automate Your Workflow
| By Esko
Time to market is of the utmost importance. Optimizing the process between customer files coming in and printing or cutting is essential. Minimizing errors and making sure that jobs flow through your workflow as quickly as possible are key factors to stay ahead of the competition.
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Flexo 2.0 Efficient, High Quality Packaging- The Esko Artwork
| By Esko
Flexo printing uses a polymer plate with the image formed in relief, in other words, using elements raised above the surface of the plate. Because imagery is formed out of many small elements (screening dots), there have always been limitations on how finely the images can be printed, both in smoothness and the range of tones possible.
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