Screen printing is used in conjunction with flexographic printing presses. It utilizes a very fine mesh with a stencil attached. A squeegee runs across the surface of the screen pushing ink through the open holes of the stencil. Screen printing specializes in tactile and high-opacity inks on a variety of substrates.
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LIFEWTR is a purified water pH balanced with electrolytes. Launched in Feb 2017, the high-profile brand is PepsiCo’s way of appealing to millennials. What sets the premium water brand apart from competitors is the label—each label features a bold and tactile work of art from an emerging artist, playing strongly into today’s social-media driven culture.
Create a recyclable pressure sensitive label that highlights the color and texture of the art within a short timeframe.
Through our commitment to innovation and continuous improvement, we are constantly investing in new technologies, materials and processes to ensure we remain at the forefront of our industry, pioneering new standards for premium labels. From raw materials to finished goods, our in-house Research & Development team has a focused effort on new product development and new market innovations that help build brands and drive sales.
HIGH BUILD VARNISH
A new innovation in screen printing technology, Super High Build adds a third dimension to your label through its stunning visual and tactile presence. See the difference, feel the difference and maximize your brands impact with Super High Build.
MCC provides our customers a heightened level of possibilities with the addition of foils. Our labels can be produced with a multitude of foils ranging from silvers to various holographic patterns; all of which can be overprinted with inks and varnishes to further enhance designs.
Our recycLABEL® products have approvals from both the APR (Association of Plastic Recyclers) and EPBP (European PET Bottle Platform. The label material floats during the separation step, and the ink remains adhered to the substrate (no discoloration of the wash water and residual ink removal does not stain the PET flake). Multi-Color Corporation is one of the only printers with both shrink sleeve and pressure sensitive recycling compatible options for PET.