Where are Bobst machines made?

Where are Bobst machines made?

Bobst & Fils SA moved to a new industrial production site in Prilly, a suburb of Lausanne.

What is CI flexo printing machine?

Central impression, or CI, flexo presses: where the decks are arranged around a single, large diameter impression cylinder. In-line flexo presses: where the print units are laid out horizontally in a line.

What is flexographic printing process?

Flexography (often abbreviated to flexo) is a form of printing process which utilizes a flexible relief plate. It is widely used for printing on the non-porous substrates required for various types of food packaging (it is also well suited for printing large areas of solid colour).

What is the difference between offset and flexo printing?

Offset printing machines can print on materials such as; paper, metal, cardboard, cellophane and vinyl. The main difference with both processes is that offset printing is only done on flat surface while Flexographic printing can be used on almost any substrate with a flexible surface.

How does an anilox roller work?

Anilox (Roller) The roller is engraved with a pattern of indented cells. The size and shape of these cells are carefully controlled to carry a precise volume of ink. The cells collect ink from a supply and, as the roller turns, they deposit the ink on the raised surface of a flexographic printing plate.

What causes the ink to be raised in thermographic?

Thermography is a specialized process that combines offset printing ink with a powdered resin which is baked so that the resin rises to give the ink a raised, textured effect. Heat is then applied which melts the resin to form a raised, glassy and slightly enlarged image.

Is flexographic printing expensive?

Ink costs & material costs are relatively low, with no special coatings required. Despite the cost of the plates, the long-term price per unit printed is consistently low compared to other mainstream printing methods and only moderately higher on low volumes compared to Digital offerings.

What is the process of offset printing?

Offset printing is a common printing technique in which the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket and then to the printing surface. Ink rollers transfer ink to the image areas of the image carrier, while a water roller applies a water-based film to the non-image areas.

What is the purpose of anilox roller?

The purpose of the anilox roller is to pick up ink from the fountain roller (or, in some configurations, directly from the ink fountain) and deliver a predetermined, metered, uniform amount of ink to the rubber printing plate.

What kind of printing presses does Bobst make?

BOBST has been involved in the design and manufacture of rotogravure printing presses for more than 80 years. During this time, its gravure technology has continued to evolve and innovate.

What does Bobst do for flexible packaging production?

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Why is Bobst the best company to work for?

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