Printing Systems
 Flexo Printing
 Silk Screen Printing
 Letterpress Printing
 FAQs On Printing
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Our sprawling 10,000 sq.ft. manufacturing facility is based at Mahape and is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.
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Excellent quality printing
U.V. inks with high
Scruff proof labels
Rotary die enabling
high speed complex cutting
Video web inspection system
Printing Systems
At Super Label, we employ a range of state-of-the-art equipment, to meet all your printing needs.

Flexo Printing
What is Flexo Printing?
Flexo Printing is similar to letterpress or relief printing. It allows a lower printing impressure to transfer images to substrates, therefore, making it possible to imprint a larger variety of substrates. The inks used are more viscid, making this type of printing less complex.

U.V. Flexo Printing is a special feature of Flexo Printing. U.V. ink is cured (dried) swiftly and reduces dot fringe and dot gain occurrences. U.V. Flexo Printing also aids the imprinting of delicate materials like synthetics or metallized foils.

What are the advantages of Flexo printing?
:: Fast production ramp-up
:: Short set-up time frames
:: U.V. inks, solvent-based inks, water-based inks compatible
:: Good ink coverage & high brilliance
:: Upto 8 colours
:: Similar to offset quality with Flexo CtP (computer-to-plate system)
:: Printing width of 333 mm
Silk Screen Printing

What is Silk Screen Printing?

This is the only printing process in which the ink passes through the image carrier, resulting in a perfect replica of the image on a film. The Rotary screen printing allows continuous printing.

What are the advantages of Silk Screen printing?
:: Widespread covering ink application
:: Superior gloss
:: Relief effect e.g. Braille or diorama (High Clear) high-class impression
Letterpress Printing

What is Letterpress Printing?
Letterpress printing is used in all areas of printing products, such as newspapers, magazines, books and general jobs.

How is Letterpress Printing done?
All conventional printing methods require a printing form, the plate. The plate carries the image in the form of a relief, which has printing and non-printing areas. The original letterpress printing was done with a cut, an engraving or an etching made from lead, instead of a relief on a plate. Today, plates are now made from fotopolymers. The printing parts of the plate, which form the image on the substrate are covered with ink by a set of cylinders and then pressed onto the substrate. The desired image is created through this process.

What are the advantages of Letterpress printing?
The benefits of Letterpress printing lie between offset and flexo printing.
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