Flexography in brief
Flexo Printing Plate

Flexo printing plate is used to transfer images onto a substrate such as carton box, paper, plastic bag etc.

The materials commonly used are:
Photopolymer – Solid (Conventional & Digital) and Liquid Materials

Normal thickness:

  • 7.00mm
  • 3.94mm
  • 2.84mm

  • 2.54mm
  • 1.70mm
  • 1.14mm

The Power of Flexo

Flexo has an advantage over lithography in that it can use a wider range of inks, water-based rather than oil-based inks, and is good at printing on a variety of different materials like plastic, foil, acetate film, brown paper, and other materials used in packaging.

Typical products printed using flexography include brown corrugated boxes, flexible packaging including shopping bags, food, and hygiene bags, milk and beverage cartons, flexible plastics, self-adhesive labels, disposable cups and containers, envelopes and wallpaper.

Digital Flexo

Eye Graphic caters to high-end flexographic printing & has invested in both Digital Imager as well as High Definition (HD) Flexo to address advancement in digital flexography and provide its customers with quality products beyond their expectations.

Flexo Printing Plate Manufacturing Process
01. Artwork Dept.

» Conceptual
» Designing
» Processing
» Scanning
» Imagesetting
» Outputting

02. Film Dept.

» Joining
» Contact
» Processing
» Touch-up

03. Plate Dept.

» Digital Imaging
» Exposure
» Washout
» Drying
» Treatment
» Final Exposure
» Galley Proof
» Packing