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BOBST and REVO Technology will host daily master classes during Labelexpo Americas for converters looking to adopt 7-color Extended Color Gamut technology.
The REVO 7-color ECG printing, developed by the REVO Technology Team, is a turn-key digital flexo process that flows from pre-press through to production output. For the 60-minute REVO master class, starting every day at 4 p.m. at Booth 5403, there will be a full lineup of experts from each of the REVO team partners — Apex International, AVT, BOBST, DuPont, Esko, Flint Group, Saica Flex, Stora Enso, UPM Raflatac, X-rite Pantone — who will take participants through the different technologies that make up the REVO fully automated workflow solution.
Other topical business issues relating to ECG advantages will also be discussed. A dedicated live show of three REVO printed jobs on one of the BOBST narrow-web exhibited machines will complete the master class.
“ECG printing is definitely set to change the way converters will print labels and packaging in the future, and the REVO Digital Flexo technology offering to the industry is truly unique,” says Federico D’Annunzio, strategic products marketing director of BOBST Business Unit Web-fed. “This is so in terms of color and print quality consistency and repeatability, validated by global digital quality standard, as well as operational efficiency. We are committed to provide information and support to converters so that adoption of ECG can be as smooth and fast as possible, which is why we are bringing the master class to Labelexpo Americas.”
REVO training, procedures and best practices are offered to converters at the REVO Academy, based in the production plant of Bobst Firenze, in Italy. The Academy is the only technology center in the world dedicated to the Extended Color Gamut Printing (ECG) that is equipped to show the full circle digital flexo solutions developed by the REVO Technology Team of leading industry suppliers.
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