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Customizable Direct-to-Product Printing Solutions

In the industrial and commercial sectors, many companies rely on conventional printing and labeling processes—such as inkjet printing, thermal transfer printing, and hand labeling—to add important information to their packaged products. While these methods on their...

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Flexographic Printing vs. On-Demand Printing

Industrial printing involves the application of ink or other materials onto mass-produced products for decorative or functional purposes. The process may be used to create patterns on the surface of a material, apply branding or logos, and provide instructions on the...

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Thermal Transfer Printing vs. Inkjet Printing

Thermal transfer printing and inkjet printing are two of the most common and reliable industrial printing processes. There are distinct differences between the two, so it’s important to know the advantages of each type and for which projects they are most suitable....

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Tyvek Colored Rolls and Plotter Paper

As so many innovative products are, Tyvek was created by accident when a DuPont employee observed an unintended byproduct of a manufacturing process. That was 1955. It took 12 years to figure out how to initially commercialize the resulting product which we now know...

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Coffee and Tea Bag Printing Printers

If you’ve ever wondered when humanity will stop drinking coffee and tea, the answer is probably never. Both would be featured prominently on a short list of the most popular beverages on the planet, never to go out of style. One need look no further that the fact that...

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Tyvek and Fabric Printing

Though it seems perfectly suited for the advanced technological world of Star Trek, Tyvek is actually an earthbound product that has been around for 60 years. You may not know it by name but have almost certainly intersected with it many times through your life....

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Printing Maps with Tyvek – What You Need to Know

There’s a good chance you’re surrounded by Tyvek and don’t even know it. This plastic material was originally discovered by a DuPont researcher in 1955 when he noticed a polyethylene fluff coming out of a pipe as a byproduct of another process. It would be 12 more...

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Implementing UDI Labeling for Medical Devices

Though it’s been a few years since the the FDA’s Unique Device Identification (UDI) rules came into effect, there remains quite a lot of confusion among medical device manufacturers about exactly how to label products. Back in 2013, when the new rules were first...

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