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FlexoGlobal Blog - Dr. John Writes  Why in the Flexo World Do You Care About: Is 7-Color Process the
FlexoGlobal Blog - Dr. John Writes Why in the Flexo World Do You Care About: Is 7-Color Process the
Is 7-Color Process the Right Direction for Brands in Flexo? Ever since I joined the EFTA in 1997, fresh out of University with Tony Bath, who was a driving force behind the growing association, people have talked about flexo and 7-color process printing like it was the Holy Grail for packaging. The challenge for flexo was that consistency was not very good, and we were challenged to deliver consistent 4-color process at that time. A question I often heard Tony ask was, "If you can not do 4-color process well, why do you think you will do better with 7 colors?" Why did the trend toward 7-color process start? The drive behind it was simple in many ways. Flexo used a LOT of spot colors-some companies or applications used spot colors almost exclusively-and this was seen as a significant cause of waste including inks, press time wasted changing colors, time washing down the decks, etc. As flexo became less "cheap and cheerful" and went after more challenging work, cost became more important. In the late '90s, I visited companies that were taking 8 hours to change over a job, and the runs were extremely long, often taking days. The advantage of the 7-color process is to achieve quick changes, leaving the ink and anilox rolls in the press, so only changing the plates for the next job made 7-color process very attractive. In addition, 7-color processes also partially drove the opportunity for sleeved presses which we take for granted today. In reality, today with the quick "job change over" equipment and mentality, the thought of an 8-hour change over sends shivers down the backs of plant managers. The need for 7 colors instead of 4 colors related to the relatively poor ink transfer and compressed color gamut of traditional 4-color flexo compared to other print processes. The pin holing in flexo killed the solid ink density achieved, giving flexo its reputation for "muddy" colors from overprints, so most brands did not like the results from 4-color process in flexo. The addition of 3 more colors allowed flexo to expand the color gamut that could be achieved on press, but this still did not match more than about 85% of the Pantone colors. 7-color process was a major driver in the development of the 10-color CI presses, where you often need more than 8 print decks to print 7 colors, plus white, plus any remaining spot colors or a line black for the text, etc. What has changed in flexo? Since the early days of digital flexo plates 15 years ago, fast change sleeved presses with automatic ink changes are much more common. Flexo plate technologies have moved to a new level with Flexcel NX and DigiCap NX, often capable of a 25% gamut increase compared to traditional digital flexo plates using just 4-color process. The anilox technologies and chambered ink delivery systems have changed, with finer rolls and more efficient ink transfer, combining with the plate enhancements to get stronger cleaner colors, often using less ink. Print runs are also getting shorter and shorter and the costs are more competitive with reduced margins throughout the supply chain, so the shorter runs and need for faster change overs supports the 7-color process as a viable option. There is a need to be dedicated to 7-color process, and to dedicate at least one press to it to stop continuous ink changes. When dedicating a press to 7-color process, it really needs to be dedicated to either surface or reverse printing, because switching back and forth with the reversed print sequences kills the primary benefit of 7-color process which is press productivity and minimum down time. Is flexo the only print process used? Flexo is not the only print process that uses process colors, or even expanded color gamut color sets like 6-color or 7-color process. In fact, flexo is about the last major print process to embrace it in the way it has. Offset and digital printing processes are dominated by 4-color process, and it is relatively easy to move jobs between offset and digital. Publication gravure also uses primarily 4-color process, with packaging gravure still using a mix of 4-color process and spot colors. Almost all of the proofing devices on the market base their standards on offset printing using 4-color process. So much of flexo is relatively late to the process printing party, but now that we have learned the printing dance, (with me, dancing is not a strength) we want to dance it all the time. In fact, we have to dial back to get the densities down to the standards that the others used to match, something almost unheard of five years ago! The challenges of matching on shelf The challenge for brand owners when converting to flexo process printing is not whether we can print the job in 4 or 7 colors, or how great it looks when we blow the doors off the color expectations. The reality hits later, in the cold light of day, when a family of products on the shelf surpasses the quality of the 4-color offset process printed carton, the 4-color digital printed label, or it makes them look bad side by side. That is a question most flexo printers dreamed of hearing 10 years ago, but today it is a reality every day. Should brands be looking at 4-color process for all their printing? So as an industry should the brands look more at 4-color process instead of 7 colors in the future for flexo? We have already seen major retailers make the shift in the private label products to 4 colors. Can we get G7 to work for flexo using the same standard as for offset using 4-color process in flexo, without watering down the target density values? The answer is yes, there are printers doing it every day today. There are great printers out there doing 7-color process printing in flexo. Printers need to be dedicated to the process and have significant knowledge in file separation and best practices. Those who embrace 7-color stand out as great examples for the industry for what can be done. But for the brand owner, as their versions increase and run lengths decrease, use of digital printing increases, there are definite benefits in the flexo 4-color process. The latest flexo plate and ink technologies outweigh the additional costs of needing 10-color presses, 25% more plates, tape, ink, dryer energy, etc. And the challenge of matching digital print is driving brands back toward the 4-color process. Flexo can match the other print processes economically The flexo process can excel or match today almost every competing print process day in and day out, with 7-color process or 4-color process. The question for the brand owners is why do not you use more flexo printing instead of the other print processes? Flexo offers high-speed printing, conversion inline for cartons and labels, and quicker turnaround than most gravure printing. Economically and for your shelf impact, flexo should be your process of choice today-and you choose if you want the capabilities of 4-color or 7-color process.1. In Sherlock Holmes - Why does Dr. John Watson's wife call him James?Doyle made a mistake. We are not supposed to say so, though. ;)2. Is there a way that I can ask Dr. John Gottman for some relationship advice?I am not Dr Gottman, but I am a full time dating and relationship trainer.You are asking for certainty where certainty cannot be given.Understanding the system and different variables to then try and determine what the outcome will be is a great approach for many things in life, but not possible with relationships. I also hate uncertainty so instead of trying to figure out how I can find the "right person" or what I need to do to make things "work"I focus on getting my own shit together and being certain about what I want from the relationship and what I want to put into it, rather than constantly trying to judge if the girl would be able to give me everything I want.The reason I say you can not have certainty is because people are incredibly complex and there are too many variables to cover to be certain of any X result.If u really want Dr Gottman - write articles about him, he will likely come to you.3. Can I address an envelop with Dr and Dr John Doe to a couple, both Doctors, not knowing the name of the lady?Mrs. or Ms. and Dr. is correct. Are you sure that they are married? If the couple is married do the Mrs. thing. Like this, Dr. and Mrs. She is his wife regardless of whether she is a Dr. or not. I just called my daughter. She is a Vet but still knows.
How to Stop Rain From Leaking in on Very Old Metal Screen Door. I Dont Have Money for a Replacement,
How to Stop Rain From Leaking in on Very Old Metal Screen Door. I Dont Have Money for a Replacement,
Most Home Centers carry a rubber seal to go around the screen door surround. This should do the job for about $20.001. Could someone tell me how to keep squirrels out of my flower pots? They are digging in them to bury nuts.?Cover your soil with metal screen (1/2" or smaller squares). I just cut to fit the size of the pot, buried it around 1 inch under the soil, and held them in place with rocks. The second their little paws hit the wire, they will move on to another place.2. Can I grow radish sprouts in coconut coir?If you are sprouting seeds to plant them, it is not necessary. Radishes can be planted directly into the ground as doon as the danger of frost is over. You can sow them at intervals and get several crops, depending on what zone you live in. If you are sprouting seeds to eat the sprouts, it would be difficult to separate them from coconut coir. The best way to sprout seeds for salads is to use a quart size Mason jar with a sprouting lid made of metal screen. Just rinse the seeds once a day, and place the jar at an angle, top down, so the water drains. Keep the jar out of direct light. When the sprouts are almost ready to eat, move them into the sun for a day or two, and they will turn green.Can I grow radish sprouts in coconut coir?3. when smoking weed with a glass pipe do you need to use one of those metal screen filter things?no you do not need a screen so long as the hole in the bottom of the bowl is not to large and you are not using shake (ground up or small flakes of weed)4. What under-eaves vents can I use to maximize attic airflow and minimize insect infiltration?Almost any vent can be used in conjunction with insect screening. I suggest an aluminum or vinyl strip vent (3-4" wide), with metal screen installed immediately behind.Assuming plywood soffit, rip a channel lengthwise a bit smaller than the vent covers, staple screen over the channel, and fasten the vent over the screen.5. Now that I've started using my fireplace, my house stinks - help!?it could be backed up sewer gas, unusual in modern plumbing, but it can happen. make sure all of your drains are free flowing and there is sufficient water in the U shaped traps in your drains and toilet to hold back any gases. also make sure there is not any blockage in the vent pipe on the roof. i have heard of birds occasionally falling in and causing a problem. a small piece of metal screen securely covering the top eliminates that problem. if your drains are slow to empty, then you may need to have a plumber or someone use a long cable rotary router clean out your drains to keep them free and clear flowing.6. How do i keep and breed feeder crickets? 10 points!!!?ok so first off you need 3 or more tanks. Rubbermaid storage boxes work very well. the first tank will be the one the baby crickets grow in and get big. you can have more than one of these if you have a big colony. the second one is the breeder box witch has adult crickets in it. it also will have a container full of dirt that is moist but not overly wet for the crickets to lay there eggs in. the last one is the one for the feeder crickets. the storage boxes that will have adult crickets need to well ventilated. in order to do this cut out 3 of the sides and the top and put metal screen in make sure it is sealed good. the one that is going to raise the cricket in drill small holes in the lid and put clear box tape around the inside towards the top so the crickets can not climb out. to start off your colony put adult crickets in the breeding container with the dirt. make sure you at least have six dozen crickets in the breeding box. leave the dirt in there for about two weeks because thats about how long it will take them to lay there eggs. after two weeks put the dirt in the raising box until the are big so the adults dont eat them. split the crickets up between the breeding box and feeding box. make sure you keep the crickets at around 70 degrees. keep the eggs around 80 until they hatch you can keep them at lower temp but it will slow down the hatching. as far as feeding goes i would feed the babies crickets mashed up dog food. my adults i feed them all kinds of vegies and fruits whatever i have left in my house i put in the cage and they eat it. as far as water goes dont put it just in a bowl either get gell water or soak cardboard paper towel rolls with water. if you have anymore question or want pics of my custom cricket breeder set up and details just email me at hope this helps
After Huawei, U.S. Could Blacklist Chinese Surveillance Tech Firm - Media
After Huawei, U.S. Could Blacklist Chinese Surveillance Tech Firm - Media
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The U.S. administration is considering Huawei-like sanctions on Chinese video surveillance firm Hikvision, media reports show, deepening worries that trade friction between the world's top two economies could be further inflamed.The restrictions would limit Hikvision's ability to buy U.S. technology and American companies may have to obtain government approval to supply components to the Chinese firm, the New York Times reported nyti.ms/2MfgBS3 on Tuesday.The United States stuck Huawei Technologies on a trade blacklist last week, effectively banning U.S. firms from doing business with the world's largest telecom network gear maker, in a major escalation in the trade war.The United States has accused Huawei of activities contrary to national security, a charge Huawei denies. However, this week the Trump administration granted the firm a licence to buy U.S. goods until Aug. 19 to minimize disruption for customers.Huawei says it can ensure a steady components supply chain without U.S. help. A Hikvision executive echoed the sentiment."Even if the U.S. stops selling them to us we can remedy this through other suppliers," a Hikvision executive said on condition of anonymity given the sensitivity of the matter."The chips Hikvision uses are very commercial and most of the suppliers are actually in China," she said, but added the company had not been informed of any possible U.S. blacklisting.The White House did not respond to a request for comment.Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter, reported the U.S. government was deliberating whether to add Hikvision, security equipment maker Zhejiang Dahua Technology and several other unidentified firms to a blacklist.A Dahua investment department employee declined to comment.Hikvision, with a market value of more than $37 billion, calls itself the world's largest video surveillance gear maker.Its products are used in public places in China, from Beijing to Xinjiang. Headquartered in high-tech Hangzhou, one of China's richest cities, it sells close-circuit TV products, traffic and thermal cameras, and unmanned aerial vehicles.China's foreign ministry on Wednesday urged the United States to provide a fair environment for Chinese firms, in the wake of reports Hikvision could be blacklisted."Recently we have repeatedly expressed China's position of opposing the United States' abuse of national power to wilfully smear and suppress other countries' companies, including Chinese companies," ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a briefing.China requires its companies to abide by international norms when investing abroad, but "at the same time we always demand that other countries give Chinese enterprises fair and non-discriminatory treatment", he added.Shares in Hikvision, 42% held by state-owned firms, opened 10% lower on Wednesday. It later pared some losses to trade down 6%. Dahua shares slumped as much as 9.2%.Jefferies analyst Rex Wu downplayed the impact of a possible ban on Hikvision, saying the United States accounted for roughly 5% of the company's sales."Most AI solutions are sold to the government, public and enterprise sectors in China. Hikvision may be able to acquire GPU (graphics processing unit) via local distributors," Wu said.Hikvision and Dahua were specifically cited in a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump's top advisers last month, signed by more than 40 lawmakers, which called for tighter U.S. export controls over China's treatment of Muslim minority.China has faced growing global condemnation for setting up facilities in its western region of Xinjiang that U.N. experts describe as mass detention centres holding more than 1 million ethnic Uighurs and other Muslims.Beijing has said its measures in Xinjiang, which reportedly also include widespread surveillance, are aimed at stemming the threat of Islamist militancy. The camps that have opened are vocational training centres, it has said.In a separate email on Wednesday, a Hikvision spokeswoman said the firm took these concerns seriously and had since last October been engaging with the U.S. government on the subject.
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