Achieving a High Quality Score


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January 28
11 a.m. ET
Robb Frimming

Achieving a High Quality Score

Scorecards, industry standards and customer expectations—Where do you begin? Today, many flexographers are required to comply with both internal and external tolerances, and they are scored based on the results. Where do these tolerances come from and how do flexographers adhere to them?

Join Robb as he examines today’s scorecarding applications and reveals why scorecards are becoming an everyday customer requirement. Additionally, he will identify the industry standards and specifications from which these tolerances are derived.

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About Our Presenter

headshot Robb Frimming

Robb Frimming, SGK Inc

Robb Frimming is currently the print services director at SGK and leads a team of print service specialists. The team specializes in implementing print quality programs with CPCs, retailers and quick-service restaurants, along with their printer partners.

With a broad industry background, Robb has 23 years of service with Schawk and 35 years’ experience having held positions that include operations management, color management and technical print services. He has a degree from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, and also serves as an adviser to their Graphic Communications program.

Robb has a passion for education and has contributed curricula to community colleges in Indiana and Michigan. He serves FTA as an executive team member of the FQC (Flexo Quality Consortium) and as the co-chair of the FIRST Committee. Robb has contributed articles to FLEXO Magazine, along with other industry publications, and has presented at multiple FTA FORUMs, Workshops and Fall Conferences.