Flexography meaning

flĕk-sŏg'rə-fē
A printing process in which the image is created in relief on a soft plate and printed with a rotary press, used especially for printing on impervious or uneven surfaces such as commercial packaging.
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A method of printing using a rubber or polymer rotating printing plate, most commonly used for packaging (labels, tape etc.).
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Origin of flexography

  • flex +"Ž -ography
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