Runnability Runnability is an essential property for all printing papers. In different traditional processes such as offset printing, rotogravure printing, flexographic printing, or even digital printing, runnability problems are very similar, despite printing method differences. Dividing printing into web printing and sheet printing is therefore more relevant. Cumulative runnability problems are considered separately. In other
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Petteri Maijanen, ABB
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