Flexographic printing is a method of direct rotary printing that uses molded printing dies (or plates) made of rubber or photopolymer. In a typical printer design, there are multiple wheels that work in unison to pick up ink from an ink well, deliver the ink to a printing die, and roll the ink onto the product being marked.
Advantages of Flexo Printing
- Print on a wide variety of porous and non-porous materials
- Specialized inks are available for a multitude of applications
- Interchangeable print dies are easily changed for different production runs
- Print on narrow web or wide web materials moving up to 5,000 feet per minute
Economical flexographic printer suits many industrial printing applications. Prints from 1/8" to 4-3/4" characters and designs.
Large rotary printers for heavy-duty printing applications. Print large designs or patterns on wide web materials.
Offset printers are designed specifically for marking on pipe, tube, bar, flats, and other extruded products.