Anilox Rollers

The Heart of The Flexo Press

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The Anilox Roller is often referred to as the heart of the flexographic press. It is designed to deliver a precise and consistent amount of ink to the printing plate. ARC focuses on giving its customer a precise and durable roller. Every roller is fabricated or reconditioned in ARC’s facilities with a plasma coated surface and a choice of our newest advanced fiber-optic laser engraved processes.

Anilox Rollers Options

OC™ Opticell™ 60º Laser Engraved Ceramic

  • Original single laser pulse cell formation technology
  • Excellent performance for most water based and UV printing and coating applications
  • Deeper cells with lower cell counts to achieve greater volume
  • Thermally treated cells to extend roller life
  • Available Signature Engraving™ for easier roller identification
  • 65 to 400 cells per inch range
  • 3.8 BCM to 42 BCM volume range

HV™ High Volume 70º Laser Engraved Ceramic

  • Original single-hit laser technology
  • “U” shaped cell profile
  • Shallower cells with higher cell counts to achieve desired volumes
  • Custom extended 70 degree cell design
  • Improved plate and doctor blade support
  • Long roller life
  • Improved ink circulation
  • Improved performance for all markets from corrugated, carton, paper and film substrates
  • 100-1500 cells per inch range
  • 0.7-35.8 BCM volume range

HG™ High Graphic 60º Laser Engraved Ceramic

  • Multi-hit fiber optic laser technology
  • “U” shaped cell profile
  • Custom bitmap cell design
  • Deeper cell profiles
  • Higher cell counts per volume specification
  • Excellent support for High Graphics process and combination plate applications
  • Improved performance for all markets from carton to paper and film substrates
  • 150-2000 cells per inch
  • 0.9-19.4 BCM volume range

HD™ High Definition 75º Laser Engraved Ceramic

  • Multi-hit fiber optic laser technology
  • “U” shaped cell profile
  • Custom bitmap cell design
  • Longer cell shape
  • Shallower cells to achieve desired volumes
  • Higher cell counts per volume specification
  • Improved ink circulation
  • Improved doctor blade support
  • Ultimate support for High Definition process and combination plate applications
  • Improved performance for all markets from carton to paper and film substrates
  • 280-2000 cells per inch
  • 1.0-3.8 BCM volume range

Mechanical Engraving Options

Please contact your customer service rep to discuss.

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