Attendees flocked to the Pulse Roll Label Products (Pulse) booth at Labelexpo Europe last week to learn how Monolox® Fixed Anilox Printing and the PureTone® ink range are revolutionising flexo label printing.
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Whether you’ve invested in digital press technology, are running the latest flexo press, or are using seven colour process printing; if you’re interested in reducing wasted time, materials, or energy – then Monolox Printing could be for you.
UK headquartered narrow web printing ink specialist Pulse Roll Label Products is helping printers beat rising energy bills with the launch of its new dual cure UV LED ink range, PureTone DC®.
In a market that is still seeking stability, how can printers stay competitive while ramping up operations across the board to meet a new raft of demands?
Pulse Roll Label Products (Pulse), a leading supplier of UV flexo inks for the global label printing industry, has shared its insight to Fixed Anilox Printing – a game-changing technique to simplify and standardise UV flexo label printing.
...compared to a standard 18 base pantone mixing system. For a peek behind the curtain at how UV ink systems are actually developed, FlexoTech spoke to Gary Seward, the managing director of Pulse Label Products.
Ink mixing and matching are one of the most time-consuming processes on the production floor. If not done correctly, it leads to waste of materials, makeready time and, most importantly, press time. But what if the ink and colour matching process could be standardized to hit the right colour on the first attempt? Akanksha Meena reports