Distinguishing features of the TEK-PAK printing service
Modern printing methods
Flexographic printing is a modern printing technique useful for companies that need to print over large areas in one colour and create graphics in the full CMYK colour range. It offers a combination of high quality, productivity and flexibility. It is a proven method for producing high-volume orders of custom packaging. Flexo printing can be used on a wide range of materials including corrugated board, kraft paper, gift wrap, cellophane, parchment paper, polyester film, pressure sensitive and self-adhesive papers.
Offset printing is a popular method of printing on packaging, which involves pressing inked plates onto rubber cylinders and then transferring the image to paper. Offset printing offers high print quality and a wide range of colours. It can be enhanced with varnishes, embossing and other techniques, making it ideal for printing books, catalogues, leaflets and cardboard packaging. Despite its advantages, offset printing is also associated with high costs and the risk of printing errors due to plate fragility.
Digital printing is an advanced printing process that allows you to personalise your packaging. Because the image is sent directly from the computer to the printing press, digital printing is fast and saves preparation time. What’s more, unlike traditional printing techniques, digital printing does not require additional tooling costs associated with photopolymers. It is ideal for short and medium runs as the start-up costs are lower than in other techniques. Digital printing offers high print quality and can make both the outer and inner surfaces of packaging more attractive. It is also the perfect tool to help you enter a new market and provide an enhanced customer experience.
To sum up:
Flexographic printing is a modern technique for printing on packaging, offset printing is a popular method for high quality printing, and digital printing offers personalised and flexible solutions. Each of these techniques has its own advantages and applications, allowing companies to tailor the printing process to their individual needs.
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