Our company deals also with labeling of packaging. We apply for it many methods such as hot stamping, screen printing, pad printing, etc. It is important to remember that the finished product is only half of success.
The second half is its packaging. It is at present that products in original and imaginative boxes, with a clear and creative label enjoy the greatest popularity.
It is the quality that we offer you. Your products will stand out against other ones. We will be happy to advise you how to create an individual and unique design of a package, which will have its own character and will induce to purchase. In this way, it will reflect the profile of your business, will guarantee professionalism and high quality of the content, and thus will contribute to increase in sales.
is a technique of indirect printing. It consists in putting the printing ink with a soft smooth stamp, which is called a pad.
This method makes it possible to print on rough and irregular surfaces; the imprint is made with a swab of appropriate shape.
By applying a proper printing ink, it is possible to print on many different types of materials such as plastics, glass, metal, rubber, etc. Therefore, pad printing is used to make imprints on much diversified surfaces - from pens, through packages and automotive parts to panels of household equipment.
is a printing technique using hot-stamp foil and dies made of convex, heat conductive materials.
The hot-stamping method consists in heating a die up to approximately 100°C. Then, the die touches the hot-stamp foil and activates the adhesive layer, which, together with some parts of paint layers and aluminum stays on the printed surface. In this way the outer coating is created by different reflective foils melted into the decorated item.
The hot-stamping effect is durable and resistant to scratches and abrasion. It is characterized by high print quality and high gloss.
is a pretty widely used printing technique consisting in pushing the paint with the use of a blade through not-covered meshes of a grid mesh tensioned on a frame. This method is based on the so-called template painting, known already in ancient times in China and Japan.
The technique of screen painting has many advantages, which cause that it may be applied in a wider area than other printing techniques. Screen painting does not pose any limitations - neither in terms of materials nor shapes or objects, which are to be printed. Therefore it is very often applied in printing on flat, round, oval or tapered surfaces. Moreover, screen printing gives a possibility of applying a relatively thick paint layer.
Screen printing is considered to be the method quite durable and relatively inexpensive. It allows for monochrome and multi-colored printing. This technique can be applied from plastics, metal, cardboard or foils.