21 September 2016
Esko donates flexo plate imager to Ryerson
TORONTO—Esko has donated a new CDI flexo plate imager to Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM).

Third year GCM students, Jewel Bolasco and Alisha Campitelli, imaging and evaluating flexo plates.

The Esko CDI Spark 2530 flexo plate imager will replace a model they have used for the past few years and will help students continue to learn and practice flexographic platemaking processes. The school of GCM offers the only degree-granting program for the printing industry in Canada.

“This major donation will allow our 600+ GCM students to learn platemaking on the most up-to-date equipment,” associate professor Natalia Lumby said.  “The process creating packaging requires challenging, evolving technology and the tools our students use are on the cutting edge. Students are introduced to platemaking in their first year. By the third year, they produce flexo plates on the CDI on their own."
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