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Screen-printing is a form of printing that uses a squeegee to force ink through a screen onto the surface of the substrate. The screen is essentially a stencil of the final image that ensures consistent results.
Digital printing is a form of printing directly from a digital-based image. Our digital printers provide high-quality, cost-efficient, and low to medium volume print jobs through minimal set up time, less variation in color, and unlimited image combinations.
Flexography is a form of printing that uses rubber or plastic plates with raised images to print one color per roll in an assembly-like fashion. This type of printing allows for tight controls and repeatable impressions in large volumes.
Ms. Carita, Inc. invested in an Epson SurePress to enhance the digital printing capabilities we can offer to our valued customers. The SurePress, along with our new Label Finishing Machine, allows us to provide cost-efficient, short-run label printing using CMYK plus orange and green color gamut with an environmentally friendly process and higher resolution.
Pad printing is the transfer of a 2D image onto a 3D object using pads to essentially stamp the object with ink. Pad printing is perfect for printing on uniquely shaped and small objects such as tubes, golf balls, and USB sticks.
Barcoding is the most common form of automatic identification used in many different industries for many different reasons. We have the capability to create barcodes in accordance with UPC, Code 39, and Code 128 standards.
Accurate sequential numbering is available with or without barcoding. Whether it is serial numbers for a networking company or inventory number labels for fixed assets, Ms. Carita, Inc. can produce any size numbering system you need.
Die cutting is the process of cutting low-strength materials into a specific shape required for cut-to-print accuracy.
Laser cutting is the process of using a laser to cut materials to a specific shape used primarily when creating graphic component parts requiring quick turnaround, complex shapes, or low volume quantities.