One of the features of flexographic printing is the presence of a large number of variable factors that must be simultaneously controlled in order to obtain an impression of the required quality: the variety of printed materials, inks, photopolymer printing forms, specific characteristics of the printing machine itself, etc. Therefore, the optimization and internal standardization of the printing process in flexography is one of the most important production tasks, which helps to take into account all these factors to obtain a predictable, and most importantly, expected result.
What gives testing and profiling
- Predictable result of print runs, matching color proof;
- Presentation of the capabilities of the printing press (ink transfer and printing of dies, halftone reproduction, dot gain, alignment accuracy, reproduction of free-standing dots and thin lines, texts, etc.);
- Stable quality of printed materials (subject to the conditions of standard printing parameters: inks,