Since cutting, folding and packaging machines can be controlled automatically due to CIP-4 development, they can take over the data and can forward production data to the central management system. Larger printers can thus avoid incorrect entries, achieve enormous time savings with staff and process production more rapidly.
Small and medium-sized printers, which up to now have handed processing over to a service provider can develop processing in-house as a result. Packaging Services in Texas will view the range of printers available for offset, gravure and flexography printing. In offset printing, UV color printing is currently very topical. Glossy printed folding cardboard boxes no longer require laminating.
Film printing in gravure printing is still of topical interest, especially with large print run products, so the development of cylinder gravure from diamond needles to lasers will attract many specialists. Since the development of digital cylinder production, flexography printing is taking a greater market share from packaging offset thanks to its high printing quality.