Supporting the challenges faced by the flexographic print industry, we want to ensure your print production achieves high productivity and consistent high-quality print.

Our technical on-site training will support your business, by providing your team with the knowledge and skills to identify print issues and maintain the correct care for your anilox rollers and print system.

We will build your operators’ (and other team members’) knowledge by illustrating the critical elements of the anilox roller, how they work within the flexographic print process and the damaging results if the condition of the anilox rollers are not monitored or print issues identified swiftly.

Upskilling your operators will significantly benefit your business.

Developing technical ability within your team, will enable them to undertake the correct inspection and processes to care for your anilox rollers.

Equipping your print operators with these capabilities will enable them to quickly identify print issues and rectify them swiftly and safely.

Better knowledge will ensure print issues are resolved effectively to protect and maintain print quality, reduce print rejects, and enhance productivity.

With the correct training, your business will save time, materials, resource and money.

Our Training

The aim of our training sessions is to provide your workforce, in various roles a better understanding of the anilox rollers, their function within the flexographic print and the impact to your print quality if these are not maintained correctly.

The knowledge gained will build their skills to better monitor and manage the day-to-day production of print to reduce print rejects and downtime and gain consist high-quality printed products.

Classroom Based Training

Carried out in a classroom environment with upto 12 personnel

The anilox roller in flexographic print process
The structure of an anilox roller
The function of an anilox roller
Cell configuration and the impact on print
How lack of maintenance of anilox rollers can affect print quality
Print issues caused by damaged, dirty and contaminated anilox rollers
Best practice maintenance of anilox rollers
Dilution Management Systems
Monitoring and identifying print issues
Reducing rejects and production downtime with a care and maintenance anilox roller programme
Classroom-based training is approx. 1.5 – 2 hours

Max.12 people in training session

We would normally undertake training over one day to incorporate change-over of shifts, if needed

Press Side S.O.P. Training

Carried out at shop-floor at press-side with print operators

General overview of anilox roller function
General overview of cell configuration
How to perform a Wash Down Procedure using AQUASOL.
Correct installation and use of Doctor Blades
Understanding cell contamination and detecting print deterioration
Reasons for care and maintenance of anilox rollers
Best Practice for maintenance of anilox rollers
Press-side training is approx. 1 hour

Max. 4 people in training session, due to logistics of working alongside press.

We would normally undertake training over one day to incorporate change-over of shifts.