The devastating impact of COVID-19 on the textile industry has been evident since January, with regards to global lockdowns, a generalretail shut down, closing factories, disrupting supply chains and eliminating demand completely. As customers and businesses have reprioritised, garment manufacturers and their retail partners in many countries have shifted to ecommerce. How have these changes in behaviour and disruptions in supply chains affected the textile printing industry, and has it accelerated the migration to digital printing?
Topics: Digital Label Printing Machines
Nobody likes to pay over the odds for processing, printing, and finishing while making their product labels. Manufacturing 'overkill', a lack of production-line streamlining, and inappropriate or sub-optimal material and process choices can all lead to inflated label printing costs.
These costs can seem relatively small and inconsequential, but they do stack up over time. You could potentially save vast amounts of money annually by optimising and streamlining your label printing.
Here are some of the best ways to do it.
UK based TS Converting Equipment Ltd / Elite Cameron have partnered with Focus Label Machinery to develop a range of machines for the manufacture of Labels, Tapes and Tamper Evident Security products.
The HM300 FLX is said to have the ability to Print on a liner, apply a release coating, flip the web over between any of the stations, hot melt coat, laminate in a face stock if required, 4C print, die cut, slit and rewind all in one pass.
Offset Lithography is a type of printing used with large-scale runs of single items. It uses a computer to plate to roller transfer to create high-quality, repeatable images at high speed. It's been a particular favourite of print businesses for producing detailed illustrations and sharp, faultless type since the nineteenth century.
Lithography is often used to create books, posters and advertisements, comics, magazines, and newspapers to a sharp, high-quality standard.
Labels play a key part in promoting your client’s business as a reputable, professional organisation. As the first thing that customers usually see, even before the product itself, it’s vital to convey their brand in a positive and engaging way - this builds trust and loyalty.
To achieve this, print must be eye-catching and appealing but without imposing over-demanding burdens on your finances.