Last month, we shared a post about entering the craft beer market. You can read the article here. In that article, we mentioned a local brewery that we had just started to work with. We are pleased to announce that …
Alcoholic Drink Labelling is governed by a set of guidelines established by the UK government and the EU. EU regulations for your labels can be found in the EU Food Information to Consumers (aka EU FIC) or Food Information Regulations (FIR). These regulations cover all aspects of food labelling and some of those regulations overlap […]
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As you can see from the picture, running is tough! Thankfully, fundraising can be done in other ways too and has been by our staff member, Nick Shepherd. The most recent fundraising effort has been a charity raffle at the Old Aylestone Social Club in Leicester, organised by Nick and his family. A range of […]
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The fundamental printing technology for either type of thermal printing is the same. Both use heat in the print head to create an image on the material being printed. Thermal transfer printing uses ribbons that transfer pigment onto the material being printed. This is the equivalent of ink. Direct Thermal printing has a pigment system […]
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Thermal transfer printer labels work in much the same way as direct thermal printing labels. Thermal transfer printer labels use the same technology in the print head but thermal transfer printers requires a ribbon to provide the colour to the material being printed. Direct thermal technology incorporates the pigment in the paper itself. If your […]
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Direct Thermal Printer Labels use a well-established technology common in till receipt printers, older fax machines and point of sale terminals. The printeing system works by activating a pigment present in the paper rolls used in the printer. Direct Thermal printer labels work by having the pigment ‘cure’ and change colour when heat is applied. […]
Eighth Annual LMI Packaging Solutions Day of Caring Held at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha.
November 21, 2017
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Microsoft Update wrecks Label Direct database links: Microsoft rolled out a Windows Update across Windows 7, 8 and 10 and it appears to have broken the link between Label Direct label templates and the databases. The update started being applied on 11th October 2017. We imagine the company will rectify this update with a further […]
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