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So many print styles! But which is right for you?
The most commonly used printing method for corrugated products, flexographic direct printing is an economical, versatile and high-quality process. We can apply up to six colors plus aqueous and UV coatings, and we can achieve image resolution between 45 and 110 lines per inch.
Flexographic preprint is a cost-effective printing option for higher-volume, high-resolution packaging and displays. It differs from direct printing in that the outside liner is printed (in roll form) before it is converted into corrugated sheets. By preprinting the liner before it is converted, this process provides high-quality images, color consistency and good color saturation. We can apply up to ten colors plus aqueous and UV coatings, and we can achieve image resolution between 45 and 133 lines per inch.
Lithographic Printing (Litho)
For high-impact graphics with near photographic quality, lithographic printing is a terrific option for smaller runs where flexibility in copy is a must. This process is performed on cut sheets, which are then applied to converted corrugated blanks. It is also well suited for high-volume needs through a manufacturing process known as singleface lamination. Image resolution ranges between 45 and 200 lines per inch.
Korpack is your national business to business (B2B) single-source supplier provider of stock, custom, and retail packaging as well as packaging machinery and automation solutions. Korpack takes a consultative approach to strategically focus on reducing the long-term total cost of ownership of packaging operations and on enhancing the organizational value of its customers.