Comparable to the principle of the ink pad applied on an industrial scale, this process allows us to print on large volumes and in several colours. Flexographic printing is used in the packaging sector for printing on a wide variety of materials such as polyethylene film, paper and cardboard. With a wide variety of substrates being printed, flexo printing offers a much wider range of inks than other printing processes.
Screen printing allows for embossed printing on a wide variety of materials. Used today for printing self-adhesive labels, this technique allows Alsace Techniques Etiquetage to meet the demands of a large number of sectors such as health, logistics, security or communication.
Flexible and quick, digital printing by ATE offers many advantages, in particular the printing of variable data (increments), QR codes, bar codes and Datamatrix. With this technique, small quantities of labels can be printed in a very short time, as well as samples. With digital printing, the user can update his prints more regularly, while maintaining reasonable costs and a print quality equivalent to that of offset printing. Finally, as it does not require printing plates, digital printing also generates less chemical waste.
Monitoring at every stage of your printing process
ATE’s teams will accompany you at every stage of your printing project. From graphic design to pre-press, through the validation of the proofs by you to the final print run, we ensure the success of your project. Thus, the colours and appearance of your proofs are as accurate as possible. In the case of flexographic printing, all plates are produced in-house (certification HD Flexo). Water etched, they are environmentally friendly.
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The materials used in printing …
- Paper (coated, uncoated)
- Thermal materials (thermal)
- PP, PE, PET, PVC
- Yupo Tako®