Atlantic has installed a LithoFlash Inline Scanner on its KBA 162 large format printing press. In the video above, Casey Ellison and Allison Scales give an inside look at Atlantic’s Printing & Graphics location in Tabor City, North Carolina, and discuss how the new scanner technology improves color consistency and reduces waste. The LithoFlash Inline Scanner allows for quicker baseline color and color leveling obtainment. It also enables clear analysis and reporting on every printing run. Much like how Atlantic’s MUST Monitoring System tracks stretch film usage to increase efficiency and reduce waste, this scanner optimizes our printing operation in the same way!
Atlantic Printing & Graphics is an industry leader in premium printed labels, cartons, shrink sleeves, and inserts. The business offers offset, flexo, and digital technology that allow the production of virtually any size run, from 200 to 200 million. These extended capabilities of printing on various substrates, from paper to board to film, offer color consistency throughout entire retail package lines.
Atlantic is constantly staying on top of the latest industry trends. The print industry is an exciting, fluid evolution of technology and resource. The business is continuously upgrading, updating, and researching the market. Atlantic was one of the first companies to integrate digital printing in 2002 and continues to lead in this area.
The high definition computer-to-plate system Atlantic utilizes allows for the highest quality printing plates for ultimate detail and highlights offering three-dimensional, 360-degree rotating shrink sleeve proofing that shows final graphics as they will appear after application. Atlantic routinely works with its vendors to test the latest releases of software, materials, and inks to stay ahead of the pack and offer its customers the best possible printed packages.
Atlantic’s in-house graphic artists and packaging specialists work with brands to expand their possibilities in retail packaging.