Flexographic Printing

Flexographic label on a bottle
Flexographic printing can handle a high output level making it ideal for larger orders. This printing method can work with an assortment of materials and technical capabilities such as pressure-sensitive labels, shrink sleeves, metallic labels, and much more. After the initial setup costs, flexographic printing becomes more cost-effective with the more labels you order.

Flexographic Printing Process

Our flexographic presses typically run several hundred feet of material per minute. Setting up a flexographic press can take a while, and in some cases, the set up time for a job can take several hours. One of the big advantages of flexographic presses is that once a job is set up on the press, it can be run very quickly relative to the speed of running a job on a digital press.

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Materials and Capabilities

Flexographic printing accommodates a diverse range of label products and materials. For example, we offer coupon label printing, removable adhesive labels, and multi-layer labels. Our presses are capable of printing spot colors, specialized inks, white underprinting, and unique finishes. Our 12-color flexographic press allows for even more customization options!

Another popular option we offer on our flexographic presses is cold foil stamping, a technique that creates beautiful metallic accents. Flexographic presses can be modified to meet the needs of many different label projects and achieve optimal print results.

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