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Nilpeter to Host In-Depth Seminar on Expanded Gamut Printing

Monday, July 07, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Nilpeter USA is hosting a seminar on one of the hottest topics being discussed in the industry today at its Technology Center in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 31

Nilpeter sets out to expand your horizons with an in-depth overview of the 7-colour Expanded Gamut printing process. Learn from industry professionals on how to integrate this technology into your current workflow. Representatives from Harper, Flexografix, ESKO, Actega, and Tesa will be presenting on each step in the process. See the entire process work on the groundbreaking Nilpeter FB-3 8-colour, 13-inch press. The FB-3 offers the highest level of servo automation in its class. This allows the EG process to seamlessly integrate into the flexo workflow. Learn how to reduce spot colour variations and all the waste generated from mixing colour on press, no more need to change anilox, and continue to wash up components. Now all you need to do is a simple plate change to accommodate the majority of your product mix. With the high level of servo automation on the FB-3, all your print settings can be saved run to run. Now a simple recall of a job and a plate change will get you running quicker and more productively.

Join Nilpeter for an educational journey into the world of expanded gamut. It is not just a buzz, it is a revolutionary process that will streamline our operations.

Converters interested in attending the free Nilpeter Seminar in Cincinnati, Ohio, onJuly 31, 2014, may register online at www.nilpeter.com.


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