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Xsys joins Soma webinar to demonstrate benefits of Expanded Gamut Printing

Flexo Solutions

Xsys has announced its participation in a webinar hosted by press manufacturer Soma on November 2, 2021. Entitled ‘Print efficiently and eco friendly’, the webinar will show converters how they can boost productivity and sustainability by implementing Expanded Gamut Printing (EGP) methodology in their workflow. Along with technical presentations, attendees will also watch a live print job and learn about the press modifications needed for successful EGP printing.

Xsys product manager Simon Top will give a key presentation of the complete EGP solution and discuss the value proposition of his company, which focuses on print quality, sustainability and costs.

‘The exceptional print results and obvious cost savings clearly validate the sustainability of EGP technology and proves the power and versatility of our nyloflex plates, ThermoFlexX imaging with Woodpecker micro-surface screening, Catena-E exposure and nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processing technology. At Xsys we provide everything in a single solution. In addition to our products, we are staffed with a great technical service that has expertise in pre-press and in the pressroom, and that offers quick remote service support and on-site support. The upcoming webinar will show how to take full advantage of this comprehensive solution,’ said Stephan Reis, global marketing director at Xsys.

EGP is an innovative solution for flexographic printing that relies on a fixed set of inks – usually CMYK with orange, green and/or violet plus optional white – to produce spot colours and print high quality flexo in a more efficient, climate friendly and cost effective way. By eliminating pre-mixed spot colours from the process and allowing the ink to stay in the print stations between jobs, significant savings can be achieved. This method requires only the printing plates to be replaced during job changeovers, which results in less ink and substrate waste, and with increased press uptime.

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