Typical Uses of Flexographic Labels
A traditional process for longer run lengths with fewer variants, Flexography offers the ability to print up to 6 colours in one pass, including varnish or lamination. We can also manufacture plain labels to suit a host of thermal transfer or mem jet printers. Piggy back materials, back cutting, perforations and even sprocket fed labels can be supplied as finishes.
Advantages of Flexographic Label Printing
This fully rotary operation is very competitive for higher volume orders and is suitable for printing on a wide range of substrates including papers, synthetics and some non-adhesive materials. Once print plates have been made, orders can be produced quickly as all colours are applied in just one pass.
This process is highly cost effective for longer print runs, and reusable print plates keep costs down for repeat orders.
Up to six colours can be printed in one pass, colour matched to specified Pantone colours to help ensure consistent results.
Flexographic printing is compatible with a range of substrates, including paper, synthetic and even non-adhesive.
Various finishes and customisations are available, such as back cuts, perforations and more. Labels can be on rolls or fan folded.
All printing colours and optional varnishes or lamination are completed in just a single pass, helping to keep production moving.
Shapes and Sizes
We have a wide variety of stock cutters to pick from, or a custom one can be made specifically for your order.