Digital Printing vs. Flexographic Printing

Jul. 24, 2019
associated labels and packaging

As promised, we're diving deeper into the world of production! More specifically, what is the difference between digital printing and flexographic printing when it comes to labels?

If you're new to the packaging and printing world, this may sound like a loaded question. Let's start off with the definitions:

Digital Printing presses deposit toner or "electro inks" onto the material (substrate). Ink does not permeate the substrate, but instead, it forms a thin layer on the surface using a heat process.

Flexographic Printing is a method of printing that uses flexible printing plates made of rubber or plastic. Each plate is coated with fast-drying ink and rotates on a cylinder, and the material passes between the print plate and impression roller.

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