Improving White Ink Laydown: Past, Present and Future

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April 26
11 a.m. ET
Marek Skrzynski, CSW Inc

Improving White Ink Laydown: Past, Present and Future

Flexography, known for its versatility to produce high-quality prints on a wide range of substrates, has been persistently challenged to achieve optimal results with white ink laydown, particularly regarding its opacity, smoothness and overall production cost. However, in the past decade, intensive research and development efforts have led to significant breakthroughs in overcoming these obstacles.

Join Marek as he explores how past and present advancements have transformed and revolutionized the application of white ink, opening new possibilities and reshaping the future of the flexographic industry.

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About Our Presenter

headshot Marek Skrzynski

Marek Skrzynski, CSW Inc

Born and educated in Poland, Marek is a packaging aficionado with over three decades of experience. With a strong background in pre-media, color management, and workflow automation, he has expanded his education at renowned institutions such as Pratt Institute, Clemson University, and most recently, MIT in Boston. Currently, Marek serves as the VP of Technology & Innovation at CSW, Inc. in Ludlow, MA. He is a frequent speaker and lecturer at industry and academic events since 1999, covering topics including Advanced Color Reproduction, AI Generative Graphics, Expanded Color Gamut Printing, and 3D CGI Visualization.

His true passion lies in inspiring others to embrace advancements in color reproduction and packaging innovation. For inquiries or collaborations, please contact him at [email protected].