Digiflex Flexojet Changes Label Platemaking

In August, Digiflex Ltd. nominated Anderson & Vreeland as their sole distributor in the USA and Canada. After seeing record success at LabelExpo 2012 because of the Flexojet 1725’s revolutionary inkjet CTP technology, the Flexojet became a prominent product in the Anderson & Vreeland line. The Digiflex Flexojet transforms the quality of analog photographic plates for the flexographic, letterpress, dry-offset and rotary silk screen printing technologies, to the digital era.

The Flexojet inkjet CTP works by jetting Digiflex Bi-component ink on any Flexographic analog plate, creating a mask in an unique, friendly and ecological method, creating the image on the plate and leaving digiflexdotsthe rest of the plate-making process unchanged, which means minimal adaptations to regular workflow. The system is affordable to every printing facility and keeps the full platemaking process in house resulting in saving time and money. The system also produces a high print quality (higher than HD flexo) with its technologies ability to freeze the ink droplets without any time for ink spread.

The Flexojet currently creates a minimum dot-size of 23 microns, however, they have complementary technology still to be launched which will go even smaller in the future (10-15 microns). Labels and Labeling’s, Mike Fairley, recently visited Digiflex in Israel to review the technology and assess the progress to date, download his full article below to learn about all the technology behind Digiflex’s Flexojet 1725 and the future of the product. You can also learn more about Digiflex on Anderson and Vreeland’s site or contact our technical team with an further questions about the product.

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