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A Guide to Printing on Tyvek for Medical Packaging

If you want to use Tyvek to manufacture medical packaging for various products, there are a few aspects to consider. Tyvek is a widely used material that’s used as packaging for many applications such as medical equipment and tools, along with labels on hospital...

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Vape Cartridge Label Printing — A Quick Guide

In an era of cleaner smoking options, vape cartridges have become very popular. Similar to their flavored nicotine-based counterparts, vape oils containing THC concentrates provide customers with greater freedom and a better vaping experience. However, regardless of...

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UDI Label Requirements & FDA Regulations

Overview of UDIs A Unique Device Identification (UDI) system provides universal identification of medical devices at every stage from production to use in patient care. UDI utilizes both plain to read text and machine identifiable markers conveyed within Automatic...

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Customizable Direct-to-Product Printing Solutions

In the industrial and commercial sectors, many companies rely on conventional printing and labeling processes—such as inkjet printing, thermal transfer printing, and hand labeling—to add important information to their packaged products. While these methods on their...

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Flexographic Printing vs. On-Demand Printing

Industrial printing involves the application of ink or other materials onto mass-produced products for decorative or functional purposes. The process may be used to create patterns on the surface of a material, apply branding or logos, and provide instructions on the...

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Thermal Transfer Printing vs. Inkjet Printing

Thermal transfer printing and inkjet printing are two of the most common and reliable industrial printing processes. There are distinct differences between the two, so it’s important to know the advantages of each type and for which projects they are most suitable....

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Tyvek Colored Rolls and Plotter Paper

As so many innovative products are, Tyvek was created by accident when a DuPont employee observed an unintended byproduct of a manufacturing process. That was 1955. It took 12 years to figure out how to initially commercialize the resulting product which we now know...

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