Printing Processes

Flexographic

The Flexographic printing process is most suited for those medium to large production runs, from simple one to six spot colour designs to process cmyk with spot PMS colour matching capabilities. The latest in Camera technology assists in constant registration as this is a must in High Speed web...

Hot Foiling

Hot Foil labels are one of our most popular label products as the set up costs are low and they can economically produce a one to six colour label with fast turnaround times. The finishes are vast ranging from Metallic, Holographic matt and gloss foil finishes, able to print onto Gloss or Matt...

Thermal Transfer

Barcode and Variable information labels can be produced using both Direct Thermal printing and Thermal Transfer printing. Direct thermal relies on a coating over the papers surface that is heat sensitive - available in three levels:

* Basic Thermal - Short term where no protective...

Digital Wide Format

This digital option of printing has been with The Sticker Company since 2005 using Mimaki Wide format printers, through this time our products have been an excellent performer in the Bumper Sticker category lasting up to 5-7 years outdoor when UV Laminated.

Digital Roll Form

New to the market, these labels are printed using Memjet technology - testing new designs on a short run basis to feel the market or a promotional option for your business.

The use of digital technology eliminates the expensive charges of other printing methods (Offset, Flexo, Letterpress...

Offset Printing

Offset printing is a process used in producing large volume print materials in which images embossed on metal plates are transferred to rubber rollers and then onto print media. To preserve the life of the metal plates, the rubber rather stamps the print material such as paper or synthetics.