OC-2-02

Customer consultant qualification: Production of gravure printing formes for packaging

Producing gravure printing formes for packaging printing begins with choosing the imaging technique. In addition to electromechanical engraving, there is also XTreme engraving, engraving by means of a different laser technology and various etching processes. The method used depends on the requirements of the particular printing forme. In many cases, it is possible to use a mix of various methods for one cylinder set, thus benefiting from the strengths of each process. The topics covered range from cylinder bases to the application of galvanic coatings, such as nickel and copper, through to imaging, chrome-plating and grinding of cylinders.

Aim
To get acquainted with the entire cylinder production process, and to identify and find potential solutions for problems at an early stage. To recognise and avoid errors. Selection of imaging techniques and procedural parameters

Target group
Customer consultants, print buyers, specialised staff and managers in cylinder pre-press, technical managers, quality management staff

Main themes
  • Handling incoming cylinders, existing and new cylinders
  • Checking cylinder wall thickness, coating thickness, cylinder design and type
  • Removing old printing images and applying new galvanic copper coatings
  • Grinding and surface structure
  • Imaging using various techniques
  • Chrome-plating and grinding of cylinders
  • Working with checklists
  • Measuring, checking and documenting, archiving data and documents
Certificate
Certificate of attendance 

Details

Duration 1 Day
Price 420 €
Number of participants 15
Course Language German

Date(s)

10.04.2014

Trainer

Lothar Roth
Lothar Roth
Janoschka Holding GmbH
Lothar Roth is the source of know-how for technology questions, standardisation and quality assurance. He has been in the company since 1980. Mr. Roth is responsible for all research and development activities as well the offering from the Janoschka Academy. In addition, he supervises the entire technical area from reproduction through colour management to the use of workflow systems.