Definitions for "Flexography"
A printing process that uses a raised image area, inked by an anilox roll, to press directly against the substrate to produce the image. Flexo inks are usually water based and are very fluid, fast-drying inks. This allows for very high running speeds.
A type of printing that uses rubber printing plates.
A typographic (raised type) form of printing using resilient plates and relatively thin bodied, resin-solvent or water-based inks.