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  • 12 Aug 2022

Hybrid Software participates in Flexo Xperience Center

Hybrid Software has joined the Flexo Xperience Center as a supplier partner

Hybrid Software specializing in software packages for the labels and packaging market has joined the Flexo Xperience Center as a supplier partner. The company was represented at the inaugural event in Atlanta, GA, USA.

The Flexo Xperience Center (The FXC), founded by MacDermid Graphics Solutions and Some, is a flexography-focused facility telling the story from design to post-print inspection. It is a collaborative hub for pre-media suppliers, printers, converters, brands, CPGs, the educational community, and anyone interested in experiencing the best flexo offers.

As a supplier partner in the pre-media and pre-press stage of the flexo process, Hybrid Software joins other companies presenting workflow technologies in image correction, color management, file preparation, and advanced screening, among others.

‘We were thrilled with the turnout at The FXC’s opening event. It is great to see industry suppliers actively bringing customers to see and experience the venue. Visitors were very impressed at the inaugural event. They had no idea of the extent to which resources are available to them,’ commented Mike Agness, executive vice president for Americas at Hybrid Software. ‘Just as important was the industry camaraderie—people working together with others. It’s a valuable opportunity for all of us to show how we can achieve integration among each other’s solutions in an open, cooperative environment.’

The center is a place to collaborate, research, experiment, and learn to achieve excellence in the flexo process. 

‘We are excited that The Flexo Xperience Center in Atlanta will act as a collaborative lab environment for the industry to experiment with new technologies and theories. It will allow us to move our development efforts internally at warp speed within a perfect non-disruptive testing environment. With access to a Soma press and the help and power of MacDermid’s chemists and lab technicians, the changes that can occur are greater than the eye can see,’ concluded Agness.

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