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Harper Publishes Updated Anilox Scoring Prevention Guide

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Charlotte, N.C., May 27, 2008 – Global anilox supplier Harper Corporation of America is pleased to announce that it has published the fourth edition of its "Anilox Scoring Prevention Guide."

This 20-page booklet covers a range of anilox scoring issues, including how to recognize scoring problems, troubleshooting the sources, as well as general care of anilox rolls and anilox sleeves to prevent damage.

"Scoring damage can be a very frustrating problem," says Mike Huey, Technical Graphics Manager of the Western division at Harper GraphicSolutions. "It impacts print quality, and if it goes unchecked, scoring can do extensive damage to an anilox inventory. This is definitely a situation where an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."

Clearly illustrated with highly magnified photographs and clear line drawings, the guide offers detailed yet easily understandable information to assist press operators.

This new edition contains updates on scoring prevention, additional information on doctor blades, an Ink Cleaner Cross Reference Guide of
HarperScientific products, as well as Harper's 10 Tips for Anilox Roll Care & Maintenance, and 10 Tips for Anilox Sleeve Care & Maintenance.

"We try very hard to assist our customers at every turn," says Alexander James, Technical Graphics Manager of the Eastern division at Harper GraphicSolutions.  "If we can help them maintain their anilox investment at peak performance for a longer period of time, it results in revenue savings for them, and that's something everyone appreciates."

For additional information, please contact Alexander James or Mike Huey at 704.588.3371 or ajames@harperimage.com or mhuey@harperimage.com.




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