If you are printing high speeds using flexographic methods, you should be familiar with the revolutionary inking system known as the enclosed chamber. The creation of the enclosed chamber makes an important contribution to the competitive edge it gives these printing processes. For the user, understanding how the chambers work allows you to maximize your print efficiency and achieve high output without creating print or process defects and without damaging aniloxes. Certainly, there have been many designs and varieties of the chamber over the years of development but the most important aspect is getting the seal. How we go about getting the seal will be the focus of this webinar.
Enclosed chambers are under-appreciated as an integral, core component to every high-speed flexographic or gravure printing process. Despite the everyday use and frequent manipulation, chambers are a forgotten precision-fit device that can either greatly assist or hinder print production. A converter can get peak performance from their enclosed chambers if they are able to identify and illustrate the necessary conditions and processes. This webinar will help you achieve that very goal.
Sean has been a part of Harper Corporation of America as a Technical Graphics Advisor for more than nine years. In that time he has been "Tech of the Year" for Harper seven years in a row. Sean stays active in the industry committees like the Supplier's Council and the FQC, and has spoken at many forums, including chairing the 2012 FTA Fall Conference. He was recognized earlier last year with the 2012 FTA President's Award for Leadership Excellence and is a certified FIRST Implementation Specialist.
Doreen Monteleone is Director of EHS & Special Projects for FTA and also serves as a member of the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership Board of Directors.