What’s So Hard About Printing on Corrugated?

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March 11
11 a.m. ET
Geoff Roznak

What’s So Hard About Printing on Corrugated?

Roll-to-roll, roll-to-sheet and yes even sheet-to-sheet—that’s flexography at its finest. Printing directly on corrugated board can be, at times, subtle and, at other times, not so subtle. But what is it that makes printing on corrugated board so difficult? Unlike printing roll-to-roll or roll-to-sheet, there are many factors that contribute to these challenges—including print surface, large sizes, substrate, inks and plates.

Join Geoff as he discusses these factors and describes the flexographic printing process for printing on corrugated board. He’ll touch on the distinction between print partners and vendors, and how to utilize FIRST (Flexographic Image Reproduction Specifications & Tolerances) to become a true print champion. Bring your questions and get your answers so you can Plan it, Do it, Check it and Act on it.

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About Our Presenter

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Geoff Roznak, Further North LLC

After 36 years in the corrugated business, Geoff retired to chase fish, finish up a lifetime of projects around the house and help others with the parts of printing on corrugated that he enjoys. That includes working out challenges with front-end processes, leveling expectations with customers and improving print on press.

Geoff also serves on the FTA Board of Directors and FFTA Board of Trustees. He remains excited about the potential for printing on corrugated and loves FTA for helping provide a path for learning and improving flexographic printing.