What is Flexography?


The printing process called flexography uses relief printing plates with raised images. Because it is able to use variable repeat lengths and a wide variety of inks, flexography today prints more types of materials than any other printing process.

These materials include: flexible plastic bags, foil, folding carton, preprint liner, newspapers, textiles, paperboard, corrugated board, labels, envelopes, gift wrapping paper, wallpaper and much more. It is difficult to go a day without coming in contact with a Flexographic printed product.

Are you interested in a career that is:

  • Offering competitive wages with opportunity for growth and advancement.
    • One of the Charlotte areas largest employers. Labels.JPG
      • Growing at a rate of 10% per year.
        • In need of employees.

Then check out FLEXOGRAPHY!

CPCC's Harper National Flexographic Center houses CPCC's Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology Program and...

  • Offers day and night classes.
      • Six Certificates
        • Two AAS Degrees
          • Continuing Education Classes 
        • Industry Training
      • Research and Development
  • Is strongly supported by the local Charlotte and National industries.
  • Has high tech equipment that provides hands on training.
  • Has scholarships available.

    For more information and to get started on a career in Flexography contact our Staff.