Pressure-sensitive labels (PSLs) are for everything from automotive and industrial products, chemicals, household goods, food and beverage, health and fitness, medical, and many other applications.
The primary substrate of paper, film, or foil is printed using a wide variety of inks. PSLs offer extraordinary versatility and can bring any product to life. This highly universal label solution constitutes more than 75 percent of all labels in the market.
Flexible packaging is comprised of paper, film, or foil materials to create a vessel once converted. Flexible packaging requires an assembly machine that constructs the pouch out of the roll of printed material.
A few types of flexible packaging are pouches, sachets, stick packs, bar wrappers, bags, blister packaging, packets, wraps, pillow pouches, and more.
Flexible packaging is popular in the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, vitamins, bath & beauty, food, and beverage industries.
Create labels in any shape or size with our custom die cut capabilities. We can customize die cut labels to meet any application's demands with the highest level of consistency, quality, and durability.
With a wide variety of tooling in stock, we often have the size and shape your need for your specific project.
Create a unique metallic look on any material with our complete foil stamping capabilities. Custom foil gives your product labels a shiny, metallic sheen that draws attention and creates a high-end look for any brand.
Cold foil is a popular, cost-effective choice to get an accent on your label. It is popular among craft beer, wine, and spirit companies as well as on beauty/wellness products.
Variable information printing (VIP) or variable imaging (VI) is digital and/or on-demand printing. Elements such as numbers, text, graphics, and images may be changed from one printed piece to the next without stopping or slowing down the printing process and using information from a database or external file.
When packaging profiles are too small with not enough room on labels, Extended content labels (ECT) provide space for more graphics and copy. The label is larger than the bottle itself. By folding the label, it can wrap around the bottle and peel back, revealing more content.
Expanded content labels are all engineered to do the same thing — increase the amount of space available for text and graphics.
A unique and cost-effective way to get a holographic effect without the expense is with Cast and Cure or film casting. This technology uses varnishes and specialty films to create a diffractive surface that produces a unique finish.
It can be spot applied to any area of your design. The pattern can also be customized with your branding elements. Unlike holographic films, casting films are recyclable, making it a better option for your packaging needs.
Infrared Transparent Ink, also called Infrared Reflective Ink, can be used for security measures or concealed printing. We have the capability of printing IR ink on the surface of any material that’s compatible with our presses.
These inks are entirely invisible to the human eye unless viewed under a blacklight or a device that sees in the infrared range. Print any image or design that meets your security needs. It also enhances any security measure by adapting a Variable Printing Data (VDP) format.
With an ever-changing world, brands have to stay relevant in more ways than ever before. Augmented Reality labels can do just that and more.
Revolution Print & Packaging is proud to offer this ground-breaking label. Enhancing and excelling your brand is only limited to your inventiveness when utilizing this technology.