Method of rotary printing that employs flexible plates, rotary die cutting, rapid-drying inks, in-line laminating and other converting operations.
A printing method used for printing polythene and paper. A machine printing process that utilizes rollers or cylinders with a flexible rubber-like surface that prints with the raised area, much like surface printing, but with much less ink. This means the ink dries quickly and allows the machine to run at high speed. The finished product has a very smooth finish with crisp detail and often resembles rotary screen printing.
Printing from a relief image with a rubber or plastic plate, using liquid ink of solvent or water, plus pigment dyes. Used mainly for packaging products.