FLEXOGRAPHY 101 Booklet Series - An Introduction to Flexography

How many times have you walked up and down the aisles of your local grocery store and considered how the packages that house your favorite foods were printed?

This online, interactive course will give you a solid overview into the commonly used, market share-leading printing process called flexography. Ideal for beginners or those wanting a refresher, this 30-to-40-minute course provides an in-depth examination into the print process, what it is, how it works and the components behind this successful industry. At the completion, you will have a solid grasp of the fundamentals of flexography.

What You’ll Learn

Flexography, Defined

Market Segments

Types of Presses

Press Attributes

Sections of the Press

Image Carriers

Plates

Inks and Ink-Metering Systems

Substrates

Curing and Drying Systems

Historical Influences

  • Flexography, Defined
  • Market Segments
  • Types of Presses
  • Press Attributes
  • Sections of the Press
  • Image Carriers
  • Plates
  • Inks and Ink-Metering Systems
  • Substrates
  • Curing and Drying Systems
  • Historical Influences

Who Should Enroll

  • New Hires
  • Entry-Level Flexographers
  • Students/Educators
  • Sales/Marketing
  • Become an Effective Communicator
  • Anyone Wanting to Learn More About Flexography

Included with This Course

With your registration, you will receive a copy of the An Introduction to Flexography entry in the FLEXOGRAPHY 101 Booklet Series.

How the Course Works

The FLEXOGRAPHY 101: An Introduction to Flexography online course is self-paced. Take it whenever time allows, provided it is completed within the specified four-week time period. If completed in a single, uninterrupted session, the course will take 30-40 minutes. At the end of the course, there is a 20-question “Check For Understanding” quiz. Once completed, you will receive a digital Certificate of Completion issued by FTA.

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