About this event
Screening is a critical factor in print quality
This is part one of a two part series on screening for flexography.
In this “introductory level” presentation, we’ll look at some of the basics for flexo screening – including resolution, dot shapes, screen screen angles moires and more.
Well conclude with a look at transitional (AM / FM) screens as well as cell patterns designed for ink transfer.
There will be a live Q&A section at the end of the session.
Can't make it to the session? Register and you will receive the recording.
Don't forget the register for part 2 as well!
Mark joined Esko in 1997 to work on the development, marketing, and industry support of Esko color products. These include screening, calibration, color management, and expanded gamut. He holds 11 patents in digital imaging – including FlexoCal, Hybrid Screening, Plate Cell Patterning, Concentric Screening, PressSync, and Equinox expanded gamut technology.
The Esko product portfolio supports and manages the packaging and print processes for brand owners, retailers, designers, premedia and trade shops, packaging manufacturers, and converters.
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