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High quality flexographic printing on corrugated substrates and linerboard has always been a challenge. This course demonstrates how to produce clean solids and line work as well as halftones and spot colors. Many typical troubleshooting issues are addressed from dot gain and die-cutting to proper graphic design for corrugated to ensure best results. This course is based on core objectives covered in the live workshop held at Clemson’s PrintCon facility.

At the end of this course participants will have:

  • an improved understanding of flexography,
  • greater understanding of how to implement flexography best practices.
Who should attend: Operators, supervisors, quality and process improvement managers, sales people, designers, and customer service representatives.


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Kern Cox, Clemsom University

Kern Cox is lecturer in Clemson University’s Department of Graphic Communications, teaching undergraduate-level courses in all major printing processes, electronic prepress, package printing technologies, and color management. Kern brings with him ten years of experience in professional education development where he provided various training and R&D services through Clemson University’s Printing and Converting Research Center and Clemson University’s Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics. Kern has served the post print corrugated, narrow web and wide web flexographic market segments as well as the offset lithography market segment. His professional and research interests span flexography, corrugated,

color management, and technical training and human development in the packaging and printing fields.


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