Creative Graphics adds Kodak Flexcel NX from Miraclon

For high-quality halftones and smoother tonal gradations

Deepanshu Goyal, owner of Creative Graphics
Deepanshu Goyal, owner of Creative Graphics

The expansion programme at the Indian trade pre-press shop, Creative Graphics shows no signs of slowing down, as it adds the Kodak Flexcel NX from Miraclon at its Mumbai plant. This latest investment is the third Flexcel NX system since 2016. The first Kodak Flexcel came to Creative’s Delhi plant.

Founded in 1998, Creative Graphics is now firmly established as a leading provider of plates (analogue, digital flexo, letterpress and coating) for a wide range of applications, including labels, flexible packaging, folding cartons and pre- and post-printed corrugated.

Continued investment in technology has been central to the Creative Graphics approach from the start, and is a major reason for the company’s significant investment in Kodak Flexcel NX. “We serve the top end of each of our markets,” says owner Deepanshu Goel. “So it’s essential we deliver consistently high quality. With Flexcel NX, we can do this. The technology offers a wide range of benefits, from high-quality halftones and smoother tonal gradations to improved solid densities and image contrast. Text is crisp, reverses sharp, and dot gain is minimal. It all adds up to excellent print quality.”

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