The graphic studio is the soul of our company, with 30 workstations, a professional and fast service for print buyers and flexo printers.
In our graphic studio artworks supplied by Customers including logos and images are optimised for flexo printing. The 30 workstations are equipped with professional software for flexo pre-press (ArtPro EskoArtwork) and with the commonest image editing software (Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, etc.).
In our studio we also print certified colour proofs on paper and on clear film simulating dot patterns for customer approval. Large-format colour prints can be also supplied.
Flexo printing forms in Veneto
Nu-Maber is a well-known and professionally reliable company based in the area of Treviso for flexo plate making.
For plate making, Nu-Maber is equipped with: four Esko CDI imagers for digital plates up to the maximum format size (132x203 cm), also with a HD resolution of 4000 dpi, one automated plotter to cut the plates and two independent lines for plates exposure, development, drying and finishing.
Nu-Maber's graphic studio has 30 workstations equipped with software designed for both flexo and the certified colour proofing.
Today, flexographic printing (flexo) is one of the most used printing technologies. It is efficient and flexible for printing packaging, shrink labels, adhesive tape, gift wraps, table covers, school books, trays, paper and plastic bags and lots more besides.
Flexo printing forms make printing possible on a nearly unlimited range of substrates: not only paper but also aluminium, plastic, undulated carton, film and other materials.
Unlike traditional printing, flexo printing forms can be produced in digital photopolymer or rubber. The printing forms are then inked by a roller called “anilox”, the surface of which is engraved with very fine cells that transfer ink onto the plate.
Plate making is the process of producing plates that will be used to transfer the artwork by printing onto paper or other materials.
Flawless plate making is the first, essential step to achieve optimum print results. Any mistake in the design process can cause more or less visible defects on the printed material, resulting in additional print runs, loss of time on press, and additional costs.