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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
Printers Edge Articles
Tip Tips: Pondering What Edge to Use - Radius, Beveled or Lamella Fourth in a 5 Part Series on The Importance of Basic Process Element The fundamental purpose of the flexographic doctor blade is to remove excess ink from the anilox roll surface. The remaining ink film...read more
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