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FTA’s 2013 Forum Session to Sharpen Perspective on Expanded Gamut

Friday, March 08, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Bohemia, NY – Use of Expanded Gamut Printing (EGP) has continued to grow – in number of prepress separations, printed jobs, pounds produced, and packages on the shelf. Momentum has been driven primarily by advantages at the printer, including improvements in consistency, efficiency, and productivity. Counted among other significant benefits are inventory reductions and waste curtailment; all factors that combine to ease the complexity of each print job.

FTA’s 2013 Forum: Right Here, Right Now (April 28-May 1; San Diego, CA) will feature a session on EGP. Attendees will hear from three industry experts as they describe the "where, how and why" Expanded Gamut is today with integrated presentations covering key aspects of the technology’s growth and maturation.

The session, which made its debut at last year’s Forum, was so well received and generated such high praise and dialogue that it merited a slot on this year’s program.

Chaired by Brad Taylor, DuPont Packaging Graphics and Mike McGinnis, RR Donnelley, the Expanded Gamut session takes place on Monday, April 29. Attendees will garner insights into the current market share, how it has evolved over the past few years, and if in fact Expanded Gamut proofing has kept pace with the growth.  

"The Expanded Gamut session promises an intriguing reprise of the talk given by Mark Samworth four years ago addressing the questions "Has Expanded Gamut technology tipped?" said Taylor. "We’ll focus on the critical supporting technology of Expanded Gamut proofing in a separate talk, and lead off by addressing current market penetration data and standards for Expanded Gamut. This session of three integrated talks will complement the message delivered in last year’s unique panel session."

Attendees will learn of the advantages EGP offers in terms of consistency, efficiency & productivity, plus reductions in inventory and complexity. Additionally, they will:

  • Understand the standards being developed for expanded gamut inks
  • Discover how expanded gamut moved from a niche technology, to a mainstream method and has reached the "tipping point"
  • Learn about the current capabilities of digital proofing technology for expanded gamut printing

Following the session, the INFO*FLEX Exhibition (April 29-30) will officially open its doors and attendees can continue to the discussion and witness some of the new technology in action on the show floor. More than 200 suppliers and manufacturers will be showcasing their new products and technologies engineered to enhance productivity, support profitability, promote sustainability, and improve quality. Additionally, a Solutions Theater and an Educational Pavilion will occupy San Diego Convention Center’s sprawling trade show floor, where on Monday night, a Social Networking Reception is planned.

Sponsors of the 2013 Forum & INFO*FLEX include: 3M; ACTEGA WIT, Anderson & Vreeland, Inc.; Degraf S.p.A.; DuPont Packaging Graphics; Eastman Kodak Co.; Flexo Wash LLC; Flint Group Flexographic Products; Harper Corporation of America; ICE USA; MacDermid Printing Solutions; Pamarco Global Graphics; Polimeros Sinteticos; Polymount US LLC; Siegwerk USA Co.; Sonicor Inc.; and Sun Chemical Corp.

Rates

Attendees will save $100 by registering for Full Forum before April 19. Registrations for CPC FTA members are complimentary, and printers/converters will enjoy specially discounted rates plus a "Buy 2, Get the 3rd Free" offer. Those looking for more information about the 2013 Forum & INFO*FLEX Exhibition can visit FTA's website at www.flexography.org

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