Whether you are in the DIY, cosmetic or pharmaceutical industry there is always a product which needs packaging. You may be wondering if the appearance of a product’s package is important however, the product packaging can play a role in the success or failure of the sales of the product. You may have done it before, picked up two products compared which one is the best one however, despite being the same price you tend to go with the product that looks the slickest.
At Tech Tube we can design and develop plastic packaging tubes which makes your product stand out from the crowd. We have a process that makes it streamlined to achieve the right packaging for you and the capabilities you need it to do. For instance whether you want squeeze or standard plastic tube, screw cap or orientated snap-on softline cap, we have the capabilities to achieve this.
There are also the capabilities to add label application or other printing services which you can see below:
Why Use Foil Blocking?
- Low set up cost
- Simple cost effective solution for bespoke products
- Printing solution for difficult to print shapes
Why Use Pad Printing?
- Simple cost effective solution for difficult to print plastic parts and fittings
- Minimal setup costs
- Ink Savings: Pad printing transfer only a few microns of ink needed to print an image.No Labels which means Less Shipping Weight.
- Flexibility: The pad can mold itself around the substrate getting into normally hard-to-reach places.
- Durability: We supply inks that can be post-treated to create an extremely weatherproof and pocket-proof the printed image.
- Precision: Minimal amount of ink required allows for extremely fine and precise images, ideal for product decorating.
Why use Dry Offset Printing?
Compared to other printing methods, dry offset printing is a particularly cost effective method for printing high quality images on to plastic products. It is a technique that is commonly used throughout the industry to transfer an image from a printing plate of up to 5 colours from a rubber pad on directly on to the surface of a plastic tube. It is called ‘dry’ as no oil or water is used in the process.