Products and solution for flexo printing
How does flexo printing work?Flexographic printing (flexo) uses digital photopolymer plates or rubber plates with water-based, solvent or UV inks. The printing forms are inked by a roller called “anilox” the surface of which is engraved with very fine cells that transfer the ink to the plate, which then provides a smooth ink laydown onto the substrate. Nu-Maber has been supplying high quality flexographic printing plates since the early 80’s and is a HD Flexo certified producer. You can contact us and receive a quotation, here.
Four steps for optimal printing
Like traditional printing systems, flexo is made up of four different steps: reprographic, imaging or engraving of the plates, printing and finishing. For optimum results, it’s essential to choose a reliable flexo plate supplier who uses the very latest technology: Nu-Maber is your target supplier.
Some of our numbers:
ISO 9001 quality certification, a standard reference for the quality management system
Kodak Flexcel NX: certification of a high quality standard for Nu-Maber
Flexible packaging is employed to contain many types of products