Printing Capabilities

State-of-the-Art EquipmentExtensive Press Capabilities
Simple-to-Complex Digital Printing

Flexographic Printing – Up to 11 colors

Four Color Process

Direct to Plate (DTP)

Screen Printing

Thermal Transfer Printing

Multiple Foil Stamping/Hot Stamping & Embossing

Unique Die Cuts

RFID

Coupons

Bar Coding

Serialized Labels

Consecutive Numbering

Tamper Evident

Varnishes & Lamination

Perforation & Scoring

Piggyback

Pinfeed

Fanfolding

Rolls & Sheets

Colors

  • The Landmark Label Press Department maintains an extensive inventory of colors.
  • Our Ink Technicians are skilled artisans with a keen sense of color. They are especially talented at mixing and matching unique colors.

Inks

  • Landmark Label uses ecologically friendly water-based inks.
  • Soy Inks are available.
  • We also stock metallic and overprint inks to provide a foil look without the added cost of hot-stamping.

Foil Stamping

  • Ensure your label catches your customer’s attention with foil stamping to produce a distinguished look.

Varnishes & Lamination

Varnish is an excellent way to protect a label and/or add some extra shine. To accommodate our clients’ needs, Landmark Label offers a variety of options.

  • Standard Varnish – Standard varnish is applied to provide minimal protection for the graphics on a label.
  • Crystal Barrier Varnish – Used for most wine labels, Crystal Barrier Varnish protects label graphics, withstands scuffing, and provides an excellent barrier against moisture.
  • UV Varnish – The most durable of the varnishes, UV Varnish may be tailored to be alcohol or chemical resistant, thus providing extra protection.
  • Matte Varnish – For a natural or “raw” look, matte varnish can be requested.
  • Imprintable Varnish – An imprintable overprint varnish allows the end-user to print on the label. Imprintable varnish is excellent for clients that want to add serialization, barcodes, or product/stock numbers to the label.
  • Spot Varnish – Like any other ink, varnish does not need to be applied to the entire label area. Areas can be left varnish-free to allow the end-user to print on the label. In the case of wrap-around labels, leaving a portion varnish free allows the labeler to adhere one edge of the label to the other.
  • Lamination – Lamination provides unsurpassed protection for a label. Like varnishes, lamination is available in both matte and gloss to address your specific needs.