Screen-printing of Labels
The technique of screen-printing labels directly onto glass is showing to be a cost-effective alternative and continues to increase in popularity.
by Bill Pregler
Aug 2007 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
A fine-mesh, stainless steel screen with 110 V electrical current melts the thermo-plastic inks onto the glass bottle. Photo by Bill Pregler While still accounting for only one percent of the wine label industry, screen-printing directly onto glass is becoming an increasingly popular technique that is also showing to be a cost-effective alternative. In the ...
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