The definition of enigma is ‘something that is mysterious and seems impossible to understand completely’. What is easy to understand, however, is the major leap forward in flexographic print quality that National Flexible has achieved with a new flexographic print process: The enigma printing technology.
This latest technology allows higher image resolution and greater contrast. It is a new development in screening which gives greater colour gamut whilst reducing the dot size to a minimum.
The result of this is stunning flexographic image quality and amazing depth of colour. Within food packaging, where the use of imagery is heavily relied upon to communicate to consumers prior to purchase, the enigma technology will enhance this communication by making any pack stand out on shelf for your brand.
Packaging buyers have long been looking for gravure replacement and this method offers near-gravure image resolution whilst keeping the costs competitive to the flexographic market. National Flexible’s Technical Director, Dave Daniels, said: “This new technology is producing brilliant flexo prints which, even to the most experienced eye, are incredibly detailed and vibrant.”
Print processes are often complex and difficult to understand. However, the only thing that is “impossible to understand” is just how much this print will improve manufacturers’ packaging and boost their sales.
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