A guide to adding elegance and a tactile quality to any paper based labelstock or substrate
Michael Brice, vice president, sales and business development, INX INternational Ink Co and Keith Goldstein, chief operating officer, VerifyMe on Covert technologies: Inks
Dr. Paul Dunn, chair, International Hologram Manufacturers Association / director of technology innovation, OpSec Security on Overt technologies: Holograms
Exploring the wide range of needs to add last minute product or shipping information
Direct decoration can be defined as the application of unsupported liquid ink directly onto the pack or product
The bronzing process is a method of embellishing the surface of a label with a distinctive metallic, burnished image (usually gold)
Understanding the many different forms of die-cutting and tooling for label converting
Shelf impact and differentiation are critical to the success of any brand
Getting the most out of your finishing equipment
For decades, the most popular and widely-used method of decoration for glass and cans has been the use of wet glue paper labels