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Are you in need of precise and clean branding for your nameplate or label design? Puronics was! They wanted individual letters with dimensional depth that were easy to apply and flexible enough to adhere to the curved surface of their tanks. Our NECOdome process checked all of their boxes!
Products which are exposed to extreme environments like water, sun, heat, cold or that will receive heavy handling can sometimes be a concern for the nameplate or label that is used to promote the brand. Lay your worries to rest! Exterior applications do not mean difficulties for brand ...
Many Shapes of Aluminum Nameplates and Plastic Labels Shape is a big deal if you are working on the design for new brand identification. It is the topic of one of the most common questions that come up in the design process. How do you choose which shape to use for your nameplate? Don't let this ...
Oval Shapes for Nameplates and Labels An oval is a frequently used shape for aluminum nameplates and plastic labels. It is versatile and friendly for standard decorating operations such as printing and screening. Your design can also be enhanced with diamond cut and embossed aluminum or a domed ...
Tactile Emboss with Top Coat This is the third in a series of four articles exploring options in embossing chrome polyester (chrome Mylar®) to create dimensional metal looking labels for product identification. In addition to having visual dimension, emboss tooling on chrome Mylar® is tactile - you ...
Embossing Chrome Polyester This is the first in a series of four articles exploring options in embossing chrome polyester (chrome Mylar®) to create dimensional metal looking labels for product identification. The embossing process uses a custom die to create a three dimensional image by squeezing ...
Grab Attention with Embossed Chrome Polyester Labels What do you get when you combine a decorated matte black background with embossed bright chrome polyester material? This super cute label! It caught my eye for its small size and contrast between the brightness of the material and the low gloss ...
Guest Blogger This article is part of a series of articles from my co-workers on their favorite nameplates. Sharon Olson, our guest blogger this week, selected to look back on one of the first projects using NECODome process, which provides a cost effective option for a die cast look. Unique shapes ...

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