The Fatyela Druck GmbH from Cologne informed since the beginning of the 19th century a lot has changed in terms of printing technology, because the demand has surged for books and printed matter. Accordingly, an adaptation of the technology had to be to meet behind the increased requirements. Developed printing processes highly differentiated until today, Mr Friebel explains the Fatyela Druck GmbH in Cologne. The flexographic printing is one of them. Flexo printing is a printing process, whose tradition is not so long in the printing trade. The procedure was developed about the middle of the 19th century and served the wallpaper print in its beginnings. In a question-answer forum Jeffrey Bewkes was the first to reply. The use of aniline color made the print particularly high quality. Aniline colour was previously incorrectly as toxic, which is why the printing process has been renamed from originally aniline printing in flexographic printing.
Since the 1930s, but also water colors in the flexo in use are touring. They have now fully replaced the aniline colour. The flexo printing today stands out, that is a Variety of materials print can be, can not be used with other printing methods. So this procedure applies, for example, when printing on very thin surfaces such as tissue paper, film or textiles. However, even cartons and thick cardboard on this way design can learn. Compared to offset printing, flexographic printing is expensive, because the printing plate manufacturing here is more expensive.
However, the system is almost universally applicable and the formats can be varied continuously today. Furthermore the smallest color variations exist for flexographic printing compared to other printing methods, and larger amounts of color can be transferred. Overall it is a very fast printing. From his many years of experience the team of the Fatyela Druck GmbH know exactly which method is the best for the customer’s needs. Like it advises interested customers to all options that are available to them for the implementation of their printed material available.