Custom Converting Offers Roll-to-Roll and Roll-to-Sheet Printing
We can print directly on your material, whether your material is in roll or sheet form. We can print on fabric, plastic, paper – and more! We have several options available – contact us to discuss the details today.
In flexographic printing, the pattern is made into plates. The plates are attached to a cylinder. Ink is transferred from a reservoir to an anilox roller and then to the plate. The plate then contacts your material. Flexographic printing can be done directly onto the surface of various films and plastics, allowing you to have custom-printed product. Some of the face-shields that we manufacture utilize flexographic printing.
In screen printing, mesh is used to transfer ink onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil.
Our machines raise your design (or code) up from your material by pushing it through a metal plate from underneath with another plate on top. Our customers often utilize this service to mark their pouches with lot numbers and/or dates. Embossing/Imprinting are frequently used options with our clientele.