Flexographic Printing – Post Printing
Flexography printing is a form of printing process that utilizes relief plates comprised of flexible rubber or photopolymer plates. It is capable of producing good quality impressions on almost any type of substrate, including plastic, metallic films, cellophane, and paper. Moreover, with the use
Flexographic Printing – Pre Printing
Printing on facing paper prior to a corrugating process, Pre printing matches the demand in both production flexibility and costs. With its remarkable printing, Pre printing helps build customers‘ brandrecognition and establish eye-catching presence in the competitive market with the propert
Offset printing offers the highest level of realistic photo graphics. This system is best suited for producing sharp and high quality images to serve the increasing demand for decorative packaging and in-store displays.
Digital printing offers printing directly from digital-based files on a wide range of both corrugated and non-corrugated substrates. Furthermore, it does not require any printing plates, allowing the printing process to be completed faster with lower cost. It also allows on-demand printing and a s
Gravure printing is an alternative for long-run high quality multicolor printing, in which an image you want to print is etched on the surface of plate. After the recessed surface is filled with ink, it is forced to transfer ink onto the substrate to produce printed images. Gravure printing is sui
Stencil printing is the process by which ink is deposited through the aperture openings of a stencil onto a substrate, creating a printed pattern. Stencil printing does not require massive capital investment or highly qualified technicians. This cost advantage coupled with the ability to be applie