22 Fisher Hill Rd.
E. Glastonbury, CT 06025
Paper, vinyl or polyester. UID, variable data or warning. Your custom labels can be made as durable and economically as you need.
Unique Identification tags, as detailed in Mil-STD-130 as required by the Department of Defense, can be made on a variety of materials using any number of processes. We can help you wade through the bureaucracy and arrive at a solution that works for your product.
Serial numbers, barcodes, merged data files and any other types of variable data you can think of, we can help print it, stamp it, engrave it or etch it on a variety of materials.
The most common of all labels and tags are warning and caution stickers and tags. Many have standard, OSHA approved colors and layouts but customers often design their own as well. Materials run the gamut from paper stickers to aluminum and steel nameplates.
|Screen||Aprox PMS match|
|4CP||HP Scitex Flatbed|
|Etch||Chemical etch, color fill 1 color, aprox PMS match|
|Metalphoto||Crisp, durable imprint, single color|
|Holes||Size, location and quantity per your specs/what is needed|
|Adhesive||3M - various strengths and purposes|
METALPHOTO®Metalphoto® is a printing process that is ideal for permanent product identification. Since QNP is a Metalphoto® Certified Converter, we are your trusted source for all of your label needs.
4CP PrintingQNP not only has a variety of digital printers that allow us to provide you with many options for your 4CP, multicolor digital image printing needs, but also has the ability to screen print anywhere from 1 – 4 colors on any substrate.
Industrial EngravingIndustrial Engraving is a true benefit to our customers because it is very complementary to the other processes we already perform, such as screen printing, chemical etching and Metalphoto® .
What kind of label do you need?Everything we make is custom and to your specifications. The first step in getting your label is to request a quote from one of our experts – click the link to get started.
The trusted source for all your nameplate needs