In the past, it was impossible to print graphic overlays and decals with sequential numbers, sequential barcodes, random numbers, different numbers or different images on each graphic overlay or decal because of the high set-up cost for plates and screens. However, that is no longer true.
Today, Label-Aid Systems, Inc. has the ability to manufacture sequentially numbered graphic overlays, decals, and domed labels with the following features, and with absolutely no plate, screen or set-up costs:
- Serialized (any combinations of numbers or letters)
- Sequentially numbered
- Non-sequentially numbered (any combination of random numbers, letters, or even random images!)
- Barcodes with sequential numbering
- Barcodes with random numbers
- Unlimited personalization of images as diverse as you can imagine
These sequentially numbered graphic overlays, decals and domed labels are available in a vast array of materials, including: polycarbonate, polyester and vinyl from 2 mils to 20 mils in thickness, as well as polyurethane domed labels and decals. All label types are available with UV-inhibiting materials for long life in the sun and protection from harsh outdoor elements (rain, snow, etc.).
Depending upon your application-specific needs, Label-Aid can manufacture standard industrial graphic overlays, decals and labels in solid colors. In addition, our team of label specialists can print each of these using photographic-quality printing—with fine vignettes or even photographs.
Digital Printing for Consecutive Number Labels
Digital printing, which allows us to go from art to print without plates, affords the following features:
- Offset quality graphics with perfect registration (no need for traps)
- Unlimited data, serialization and barcodes for each overlay
- Unlimited personalization of each printed piece
- Resolution up to 230 LPI for process images, fine vignettes and gradients
- Affordable prototyping
- Unlimited photo-quality color use, including 4-color process and 6-color process
- First- or second-surface printing (sub-surface)
- Ability to print smaller much smaller font sizes