Cheshire Anilox Technology shared its latest innovations in Anilox technology for the labels and packaging market at the BPIF seminar conducted in Mark Andy’s Macclesfield showroom.
Under the headline “Care and maintenance of Anilox rolls’ industry leaders including Cheshire Anilox Technology, Mark Andy, Troyka, P.P.P. Digital Imaging and Alphasonics made presentations on a series of topics prior to practical demonstrations on printing, Anilox cleaning and inspection. Paul Smith, Cheshire Anilox Tech. Managing Director started the Seminar with a comprehensive presentation on the importance of the Anilox in the flexographic printing and how selecting the right Anilox specification, regular maintenance and Anilox engraving design can make a huge difference in the print quality achieved.
The event was attended by production supervisors, print operators, and pre-press technicians who shared their views on the significance of the Anilox in their specific print applications.
Paul Smith Cheshire Anilox Managing Director, said “Cheshire recognize the importance of educating operators on fundamental aspects of the Anilox roll that aide in keeping print consistency and minimizing production downtime. Events like this are excellent for promoting good cleaning and maintenance practices as well as making printers aware of the costly effects poorly maintained Anilox can cause”
John Bambery, Chairman of the British Printing Industries Federation Labels commented on the positive feedback received by the attendees who “came away full of praise for the way in which the training day had been planned, and for the knowledge that they have gained”
About BPIF Labels
BPIF labels is the special interest group of the British Printing Industries Federation. This special interest group serves the needs of the self-adhesive label printing sector. It organises regular networking events and represents the interests of the label printing sector to the UK government and, through its relationship with FINAT, to the EU parliament in Brussels. For more information visit http://www.bpiflabels.org.uk/