A Brief Overview of Impact Label’s Custom Label Capabilities
Industrial Screen Printing
Impact Label has been a leader in industrial screen printing for over fifty years. With a wide variety of inks, colors, custom metallics, and high visibility colors, we can produce custom labels that vivid, clear, and crisp. We provide superior labels by using the best direct-to-screen and automated reclaim technologies. For more information about industrial screen printing, click here.
Digital & Variable Printing
We provide digital and variable printing services in order to provide custom labels with no tool and die costs for short runs, quick turnarounds, and flexibility of design. Digital printing is an excellent option for those who require digital prototypes. These custom digital labels can be made with variable data, such as barcodes or QR codes. For more information about digital and variable printing, click here.
Flexographic printing, using a flexible printing plate, provides high quantity label production that’s affordable. There are a number of substrates that can be utilized, including metallic film, vinyl, polyester, polypropylene, and paper. Flexographic printing is a great option for those in need of warning labels, beverage packing labels, and more. For more information about flexographic printing, click here.
Domes & Capping
Domed labels provide protection against elements such as water, extreme temperatures, and many chemicals without degrading. Doming involves using a two-part polyurethane resin that is applied to a label or nameplate. This resin is resilient and unique and springs back if indented. If you have custom labels that need to be protected, domes and capping may be right for you. For more information about domes and capping, click here.
Offset printing is ideal for custom labels that require fine detail, small type, and large quantity templates or labels. Producing high image quality, offset printing can be used on a number of materials, including polyester, vinyl stickers, paper, and Tyvek. Offset printing can be used for indoor and outdoor applications. To learn more about offset printing, click here.