Labelprint24.com: Laminate tube digital printing
An HP Indigo 12000 is used for sheetfed printing of folding cartons and counter displays. The company also operates a Truepress Jet L350UV from Screen for digital label printing. auch eine Truepress Jet L350UV von Screen. Labelprint24.com can thus supply the complete product packaging from laminate tubes, packing slips and printed folding boxes completely from one source.
In addition, the folding box printing company enables its customers to calculate printed folding boxes and pillow boxes in any free size 100 per cent online and then have them printed immediately. This is because the new online calculator is now also available 24 hours a day for various print products.
When a customer enquires, for example, about folding boxes with tuck-in bottoms, with tuck-in flaps or pillow boxes, the calculator processes all the data in real-time. The prospective customer immediately sees how any changes to individual parameters, such as colour, material, format or run length, affect the final price. The print job is initiated online and the order is scheduled in the production system. For individual customer advice, a support team is always available as an option.
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