A flexo printing press uses a flexo plate to transfer the ink from the anilox roll to the substrate. For food packaging flexographic printing is widely used. The first flexo printing press is from 1890 but flexographic printing has constantly developed. The CI drum allowed better tension control and gearless flexo printing presses made a job change much quicker. Advantages of flexo printing are high speed, wide variety of substrates to be printed on, relatively low setup times. A disadvantage is that flexo plates are relatively expensive. Today flexo printing is the most common printing technique.
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