To have clicked and read this article means that you have realized the multiple benefits of a unique package for your business and also that you are at the stage where you are called to choose between many different printing techniques. We know that, as an entrepreneur who respects both his business and his customers, you are confused by the choices you have at your disposal. Besides, you want to offer the best possible at every stage of the customer’s journey.
For this reason, we are here to distinguish your choices and help you make the best decision always according to your specific needs and requirements. Questions such as: which print to choose? which one suits me the most? which print is it worth investing in? they are going to be briefly answered in the article below.
So here are 4 printing techniques that will help you get out of any dilemmas and will make your packaging stand out.
The technique with a deep history over the centuries that nevertheless became particularly popular when it was adopted by the famous artistic movement of Pop Art and main exponent Andy Warhol. It is based on perforated drawings which are transferred to a surface using a frame, ink and a spatula. Its main feature is that it can find application in a wide range of surfaces and materials such as paper, fabric, wood, metal, plastic, etc. You will prefer it if you need large quantities production in excellent quality.
The most elegant option for results that emit affordable luxury and unique quality. Thermocopy is carried out with the use of embossed metal plates (clichés) in which the letters or images you want to print protrude. This type of printing requires high temperatures and differs from other methods due to the metallic effect it ensures. The most popular color choices are gold, silver or pink. You will choose it for glamorous results with aristocratic finesse.
When the quantity met the excellent quality! Offset printing technique is one of the most popular methods when you want to print large quantities at different intervals and the result always remains the same. It gives very clear images and detailed representation of each color and can be used for printing on many different surfaces or materials. The main feature that will make you choose it is that the greater your needs in quantity, the lower the cost of printing.
Printing on any material without any imperfection. UV technology enables you to make a print on any material you need from plastic and plexiglass on wood and metal. Practically, there is almost no material or surface that you cannot print with UV. It achieves a finish that makes photorealistic printing much more feasible. It is a method that is distinguished by speed, accuracy in printing and attention to the smallest detail. For UV printing, Ultra Violet lamps are used that dry the ink at the exact moment it touches the print surface.
Whichever printing technique you choose to create the unique packaging for your business, we at Cartabianca ensure excellent results at the best possible cost. Before you make your final decision on the printing technique, we are by your side to guide you and recommend the method that best suits the needs of your business. The only sure thing is that your packaging will complete your corporate identity and will represent the quality of your products.
Christmas! The first signs that the favorite period of young and old is much closer than you think. The first Christmas items are already springing up […]
The pandemic has accelerated consumers’ familiarity with online shopping as prolonged lockdowns and a series of restrictions on access to physical stores have forced them to […]
What is FSC certification and how does it help the sustainability and reputation of your business? Why is the time to make your business “greener”? How […]