Saturday, June 23, 2018

Knowledge Base

Knowledge Base
What many consumers and even business owners don’t realize is that the box you use to wrap a present, to buy a cosmetic product or to put food in can potentially be all made by different material grades. Cardboard...
Types of Packaging Inserts For Your Products Your final product isn’t just what is inside the box, but in most cases it includes the box or packaging as well. If you have a really good product, with poor presentation, you...
Offset Printing or offset lithography is a printing press technique that transfers the ink from a plate to a rubber roller (or blanket) and then to a paper material. It is typically used for mass production such as printing large quantities of newspapers,...
RGB Color Model To simply put it, RGB stands for Red, Green, and Blue. Display systems, like computers and television screens, have only these three basic colors. Every other color that they display is a combination of the three.  For instance, a...
The Pantone Color Matching System: A Worldwide Color Matching Standard The Pantone Matching System(PMS) is a global force in the field of color language and design. The PMS is a standardized color matching system and it is run by Pantone Inc.  Pantone has...
Flexography

What is Flexography?

Flexography is a commercial printing process in which a flexible printing plate is used to produce print for different types of materials including folding cartons, corrugated cardboard, plastic and metallic films. It is considered to be the modern day letterpress...
What is Digital Print for Packaging? Digital printing is the process of transferring a document on a desktop or any digital storage device to a particular printing substrate through a device that accepts graphic and text output. Information on the document...

What is CMYK?

CMYK essentially stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (Black). The letter K is used for Black because B cannot be used as it already denotes Blue in the RGB color system. RGB stands for Red, Green and Blue. This...
Die cutting is a popular manufacturing process in which a die is utilized to create shapes, designs, and patterns in various low-strength products such as wood, sheet metal, foam, corrugated fiberboard, fiber, paperboard, cloth, and a whole host of other...
In the printing and packaging industry, a dieline - is designed to be the template needed to create the required layout (with the artwork) in order to produce the final physical package.  It displays the fold line, the perforation line, and the...
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