Gravure Printing

Gravure printing is one of the oldest printing processes that is still used today.
The print image is engraved into the printing cylinder (or printing plate). It is then dipped into the ink and the excess ink is scraped off, leaving only the ink in the depressions (cells). Finally, this ink is transferred to the printing substrate using high pressure and the absorbency of the paper.


PSR stands for “Process Standard Rotogravure”, a standard provided by Fogra, ECI and the German Printing and Media Industries Federation (bvdm).
The Process Standard Rotogravure is a standard developed for gravure printing.

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