Cold foil printing
Transfer of aluminum foil with a printing plate. Label design of various shapes and sizes can be decorated with aluminum foil of various colors.
Silk screen printing
Transfer of massive layer of paint with a printing plate. Label design elements through silk screen printing become embossed, tangible, and opaque.
Braille may be printed on textual or graphic information of a label, thus becoming an aesthetic, integral element of the label design.
Print on an adhesive
The adhesive side of a label is most commonly used for printing text, and fine elements of design. This is used in the production of two-sided printing and two-layer labels.
Complete or partial varnishing is performed with a printing plate. It is possible to concurrently combine several different types of varnish – shiny, matte, paper touch and sand touch.
Treatment of a label with a layer of additional material. The label becomes more resistant to environmental influence, its surface can be shiny, matte, or soft.
Two-sided printing effect
Both surfaces of a label are used to convey visual and textual information. Two-sided printing labels are used with transparent immediate packaging.
“Cast & Cure”
An alternative to the traditional transferring of foil, when glossy, holographic visual effects are created on a label.
Die-cutting renders the final shape of a label.
Perforation, or surface cuts, are performed for easier tearing or folding of a print product.
Labels of digital printing can be numbered in increasing or unique sequences upon need.