Label creationThanks to its extensive experience in creating and producing labels, Etilux can offer professional advice on the choice of your labels, so that you can find the solution that best suits your needs. Whether it is labels for dishwasher-safe crockery or stickers for vehicles, magnetic supports or labels that are resistant to high temperatures, Etilux has the solution you need!
We can also customise your labels. This is an overview of what we can offer you:
- Paper materials: white, colour, fluoro, thermal and heat transfer paper and cardboard
- Synthetic materials: polyester, polyethylene, Tyvek, polypropylene, polyurethane, PVC
- For freezer use
- Removable with water
- 1–7 colours
- Hot stamping
- UV varnish
- Scratch varnish
- Braille ink
- Printing on glue
- Partial neutralisation of the adhesive
- Back printing
- Variable data (bar codes, 2D, etc.)
- On a reel for automatic or manual use
- Fan-fold (zig-zag) with or without Caroll perforation
- On A5, A4 or A3 sheets for office use
- In sheets
Etilux creates your labels with the colours of your business. Conveying your brand image through your products and shipping documents is a way to stand out from the competition. These labels can be completely customised. They come in various forms:
- On a reel (vellum/thermal paper) (for use with heat transfer)
- In zig-zag form
- On an A4 sheet for laser printers and copiers
- For matrix printers
Etilux has 40 years of experience in creating labels and offers a range of advice to support you in selecting the various elements that will form your label.
THE MATERIAL AND THE ADHESIVEVarious materials are available, depending on your applications: vellum paper, coated paper, Kromekote, vinyl, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyester.
The adhesive may be permanent, removable, reinforced, re-positionable or in contact with food when the label is in direct contact with the product (e.g. labels on an apple).
PRINTINGThere are various printing techniques. Rendering and UV resistance differ, depending on the technique used. The choice of printing technique also varies depending on the graphic complexity of your visual. Flexography and serigraphy are used in the context of flattened colours, while offset printing is reserved for four-coloured printing and digital is reserved for limited printing runs.
THE FORM AND GRAPHIC FILEWe offer several hundred different templates and formats. In addition, your labels can be enhanced in various ways, such as:
the addition of variable data: bar codes, incremental numbering, database file
varnish, hot foil, lamination, special inks, Braille
environmental constraints: cold, humidity, UV, etc.