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Flexographic printing

flexographic printing

Flexographic printing is a relief printing process that uses a flexible rubber plate to transfer ink onto paper or printing material. This process is commonly used for printing labels, packaging and low-run marketing materials due to its flexibility, print quality and ability to print on a wide range of materials. Flexographic printing is one of the oldest printing techniques and continues to be one of the most widely used in the packaging industry.

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