Velvet Lexan Label
Lexan is a type of polyolefin film, made from a process that involves multiple extrusions which creates a multi-layer film (blown). A lexan label is easily recyclable with a container made from polyethylene.
Velvet lexan label
Lexan is the brand name of polycarbonate labels and decals we custom print for the California State Lottery as well as many manufacturers to be used as equipment overlaysand nameplates on control panels. They are subsurface printed, predominantly screen printed or digitally printed, but can be UV offset printed as well. As long as we're name-dropping, Washington State also trusts us to print the Lexan labels for their machines. These are huge orders of even huger labels. They expect the best quality, pricing and durability with on-time delivery
Reverse Printed Overlays & Decals
MATERIALS & PROCESS
VELVET FINISH & GLOSS FINISH
Lexan, Polycarbonate, PET
Matt velvet or Polish gloss finish
Thickness ranging from 0.125, 0.175mm, 0.25mm 0.38mm, 0.5mm, 0.8mm to 1mm
Size or Shape
Produced in virtually any size or shape
Second Surface - Printed on Underside,Reverse Printed, Silkscreen Printing
Any Color Combination, Pontane Matching Colors
Premium Permanent Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive
Include Your Logo, Use a Design or Engineering Drawing
Types of LDPE & HDPE Labels
There are two broad categories of polyethylene used as a label substrate:
Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE): has low stiffness, is tear resistant, and is used often for squeezable containers, including those with irregular shapes such as cartons. LDPE also can be made very clear, but is also manufactured to be super white, bright glossy white, transparent and metallized which gives a glossy metal look to products.
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE): HDPE is much stiffer, and tends to be milky, or frosted looking in appearance. It is more puncture resistant as well.
Uses for LDPE:
→Consumer disposable products
→Health & beauty aids (HBA)
→Squeezable bottles & cartons
→Any product which needs a high level of conformability around an irregular surface including curved surfaces, where avoidance of wrinkling is important.