We have well-established and spacious infrastructure, which is extended across huge area and is completely equipped with most recent technology and modern machinery. Assisted with advanced printing technologies we make superior quality products within restricted time frame and assist us in providing best printing solutions.
Our production prepress is equipped with the latest hardware and software to undertake high-quality jobs in line with your requirements.
Use of printing technologies, available with us, such as Flexo ( Water and UV based ), Letter press, a combination of Flexo and Graveur, hot foil & cold foil and embossing depends upon the type of products for which the labels are designed.
This also enables us to deliver maximum client satisfaction, with unblemished products & high quality printing.
Our Label Printing Machines:
4 Color UV Mark Andy Flexographic Machine
4 Color Iwasaki Strong Letterpress Flatbed Machine
3 Color Onda 250 Letterpress Flatbed Machine
2 Color FSK Letterpress Flatbed Machine
PAPER ♦ Chromo Art Paper ♦ MapLitho or Vellum ♦ Mirror Coated Paper ♦ Fluorescent Coloured Papers ♦ Direct Thermal Transfer Paper FILMS – (Opaque or Transparent) ♦ Poly Propylene ♦ Poly Ethylene Polyester (PET) ♦ PVC LABEL FINISHES ♦ Matt ♦ Semi Glossy ♦ Glossy LABEL ADHESIVES ♦ Hot Melt ♦ Acrylic ♦ Water Based LABEL FORMATS ♦ Sheet Form ♦ Roll Form ♦ Continuous Stationery
LAMINATION ♦ In this process, a clear film is applied to the label material, giving it a polished appearance. Lamination is mostly done to protect the label, and the label is rendered moisture-resistant and practically tear-proof, thus increasing the life of the label. Lamination also enhances the label’s visual appeal. VARNISHING ♦ Varnishing refers to the process of applying a heat-cured clear coating of transparent ink on the surface of a label for protection and for giving it lustrous look. The labels with a varnishing enhancement protect the material and the printing from abrasion, sunlight, chemicals and moisture.SERIAL NUMBERING ♦ Labeling with unique serial numbers is required in various industries, such as retail and logistics, as well as for several purposes, such as identifying spare parts and individual units of goods and products. EMBOSSING ♦ Embossing is a condition where an image is pressed onto a material to create an image that is raised above the level of the material.Embossing is not only a cost-effective option, especially for low volumes, but also adds a dash of class to your product. It is also easy to detect any tampering of embossed labels, thus discouraging counterfeiting. We ensure that our labels are last long, and are available to customers in the shape, pattern, size and colour they require. BAR-CODING ♦ Bar coding is a method for easy identification of products or units, using a specific pattern comprising spaces and lines (bars) of varying width. The bar code represents alpha or alphanumeric data in machine readable form. Bar coding makes replication and forgery harder, and is easy to validate. we provide bar coded labels for a variety of industries. HALF TONE EFFECT/GRADIENT EFFECT ♦ This is a process in which fine dots are used to create a variation in which the colour seems to fade from the base colour to a lighter-shaded version of a base color. SECURITY/SPECIALTY INK ♦ We provide our customers with a choice of more than 20 security/specialty inks in different colours and print processes and guide them which ink they should use depending on the level of security, brand protection, and attractiveness they are looking for.
What is Flexo Printing?
Flexo Printing is similar to letterpress or relief printing. It allows a lower printing impressure to transfer images to substrates, therefore, making it possible to imprint a larger variety of substrates. The inks used are more viscid, making this type of printing less complex.
U.V. Flexo Printing is a special feature of Flexo Printing. U.V. ink is cured (dried) swiftly and reduces dot fringe and dot gain occurrences. U.V. Flexo Printing also aids the imprinting of delicate materials like synthetics or metallized foils.
What are the advantages of Flexo printing?
:: Fast production ramp-up
:: Short set-up time frames
:: U.V. inks, solvent-based inks, water-based inks compatible
:: Good ink coverage & high brilliance
:: Upto 4 colours
:: Similar to offset quality with Flexo CtP (computer-to-plate system)
:: Printing width of 254 mm
What is Letterpress Printing?
Letterpress printing is used in all areas of printing products, such as newspapers, magazines, books and general jobs.
How is Letterpress Printing done?
All conventional printing methods require a printing form, the plate. The plate carries the image in the form of a relief, which has printing and non-printing areas. The original letterpress printing was done with a cut, an engraving or an etching made from lead, instead of a relief on a plate. Today, plates are now made from fotopolymers. The printing parts of the plate, which form the image on the substrate are covered with ink by a set of cylinders and then pressed onto the substrate. The desired image is created through this process.
What are the advantages of Letterpress printing?
The benefits of Letterpress printing lie between offset and flexo printing.