Our services include silk screening, hot stamping, heat transfer printing, embossing, offset printing, labeling, turnkey solutions.
This method of printing utilizes printing plates rather than silk screens to transfer the ink to the containers. Offset printing is more exact than silk screening, and is practical for multiple color labeling. Offset printing is utilized primarily on round containers. Because plates are engraved for each color rather than making screens, offset is more expensive than silk screening. The process involves transferring ink from a printing plate to a rubber blanket and subsequently to the sheet (surface to be decorated).
Hot stamping is the technique of applying a specific colored foil to the surface through the use of heat, pressure and dyes. This is the most popular and elegant method to achieve a ‘shiny’ metallic print on bottles, jars and closures. Foil is usually gold or silver but other colors are variable. Hot stamping can be rolled onto a container, as in the application of 360° bands or a straight stamp.
Embossing and Debossing
Embossing and debossing are the processes of creating either raised or recessed relief images and designs on our available materials. An embossed pattern is raised against the background, while a debossed pattern is sunken into the surface of the material (but might protrude somewhat on the reverse, back side).
Heat Shrink Labeling
This technique uses a printed film which is applied to the container with either a heat gun or heat tunnel. Shrink bands can be printed in multiple colors.
Label application is an excellent form of blending cost-effectiveness with a premium brand. An adhesive side and flat label enables high-resolution color options, shapes, and flexibility. Label application also allows for the capability of managing the fulfillment of your customer demand with specific product line extensions.