A form of printing that uses flexible rubber relief plates and highly volatile, fast-drying inks to print on a variety of substrates, commonly used in package printing, also in large quantities of industrial printing. Can be used for printing on almost any type of substrate including plastic, metallic films, cellophane, and paper.
There are four types of inks that can be used in flexography: Solvent-based inks, Water-based inks and UV (ultraviolet) curing inks.
- Color ability 10 colors.
- Maximum paper width 1320 mm.
- Two-sided printing at once.
- Stamping, cutting, embossing and stripping at once.