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FLXON’s FLEXO PRINT TEAM will be attending Info*Flex 2017 to showcase the company’s advanced technology pressroom products at Booth #643. This year’s line-up will include the company’s expanded line of SWEDCUT® doctor blades featuring the in-demand RELIABILITY class blade.

The RELIABILITY blade from SWEDCUT® is a cost-effective option for pressrooms looking for performance in short-run, frequent blade change environments. This highly refined steel features consistently even carbide distribution to assure smooth edge wear while producing less anilox damaging debris. According to company spokesmen, Ryan Sharkey… “Reliability is the original and most commonly used SWEDCUT® blade on the global market. It carries all the ISO QUALITY and Performance Assurances of the SWEDCUT® brand –material and dimensional integrity batch after batch, year after year. Reliability is allowing many price conscious pressrooms to access FLXON’s Technical Support Services for the first time.”

In addition – FLXON will present other high performance SWEDCUT® blade products including PLUS®, the blade developed for HIGH SPEED HD FLEXO… able to hold a tight dot for days at 2000 fpm. Other pressroom products include Peristaltic Pumps, High Capacity Ink Filters to 50µ, a range of longer lasting end seals that work, and a new line of SAFETY+FIRST doctor blade gloves.

To see the latest in new technology from FLXON visit Booth #643 during Info*Flex 2017 in Phoenix, AZ – May 1 to May 2.

To schedule a special consultation during Info*Flex 2017 contact Ryan Sharkey, (704)844-2434 or via email


FLXON Inc. (, founded in 1995 and headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., is an international industry leader serving the flexographic and rotogravure printing industries in USA, Canada, and Latin America. The company offers and distributes an array of products and services with an emphasis on print efficiency through advanced technology, focused concentration on quality and sustainability, and being a trusted advisor to the flexographic and rotogravure printing industries.