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Charlotte, NC – FLXON INC is pleased to announce that industry veteran John Littlefield will join the firm’s Print Solutions Team as Area Business Manager for the US SOUTHEAST; an area that includes the states of Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,...read more
Charlotte, N.C.— FLXON’S Ryan Sharkey - VP Sales is scheduled to present a presentation on Recent Doctor Blade Technology Advancements and Why They Matter at the upcoming Harper Road Show in Fullerton, CA on Thursday, June 15th. This presentation will discuss advances...read more
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Diverse, Yet Compatible: Containment Blades, Doctor Blades, & Back Doctoring Third in a 5 Part Series on The Importance of Basic Process Element Have you ever asked yourself, “Should I be using the same blade in both positions?” The short answer is—no! Here’s why....read more
Doctor Blades for Printing: Commodity or Key Process Element? Second in a 5 Part Series on The Importance of Basic Process Element Doctor blades began replacing rubber metering rolls in the flexographic ink transfer process in the early 1970s. Compared to metering...read more