Drew & Rogers rotary screen printed labels are produced to serve multiple needs from many different industries. Screen printed labels are often used in harsh environments. Labels exposed to water or chemicals are screen printed. Screen printed labels can be scratch off, hold scents often to promote perfumes, metallic, thermochromatic, and glow-in-the-dark. Screen printed labels are supplied with a range of adhesive options from permanent pressure sensitive adhesive to ultra removable.
Your company’s screen printed labels can have different techniques applied to help make your product stand out. Choose to have raised printing, heavy lay-downs of white ink on clear film for a “no label look”, high-gloss, or an embossed look. Drew & Rogers also can use specialty inks on screen printed labels to be used as “scratch offs”, scented, metallic, thermochromatic, and glow-in-the-dark. Screen printed labels can printed on polycarbonate, corrugated plastic, mylar, polyester, aluminum, paper, vinyl, plastic, and polypropylene.
Screen printing is a method of print making in which a design is adhered to a fine mesh screen. Blank areas are then coated with an impermeable substance. Ink is forced into the mesh openings by a fill blade or squeegee and is captured on a variety of surfaces during the squeegee stroke. It is also known as silkscreen or serigraph printing. A number of screens registered to each other can be used to produce a multicolored image. The goal of screen printing is heavy and opaque ink application.
D&R Labels has a large catalog of standard dies in all shapes and sizes available for immediate production. In the event we do not have the exact format you require, a custom die will be produced to meet your specifications. Please contact us for more details.