Signite™ is a unique decoration technology combining zero-waste printing techniques with state-of-the-art application machinery.
Signite enables brands to achieve more from their product decorations. Through a unique printing process, Signite decorations produce significantly lower waste than traditional pressure sensitive labeling, with improved design flexibility than direct-to-container screen printing. All while improving recyclability and reuse capabilities.
Simply create. Simply Signite.
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Sustainability without compromise. Create without waste.
PREMIUM LOOK AND FEEL Signite creates a unique “no-label” look comparable to direct-to-container screen printing, but in a pressure sensitive application.
WASTE REDUCTION Signite eliminates waste created in traditional pressure sensitive label printing.
RECYCLABILITY & REUSE Signite enables improved reuse and recycling of glass, plastic, or aluminum containers.
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Signite™ Decoration Media
Utilizing the latest in UV-curable chemistry, Signite decorations are created entirely on press, eliminating the need for the costly laminated constructions used in traditional pressure-sensitive label production. Additionally, Signite decorations are built in registration with the graphics and labeling content, resulting in zero waste-matrix to dispose of, along with a premium look and feel comparable to direct-to-container screen printing.
Signite decorations are applied with a unique inline applicator machine, ensuring accurate, reliable placement and beautifully finished containers at rates up to 50 containers per minute.
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We are excited to offer this technology to the industry as it provides an additional decorating option where by our customers can create more complex designs and maintain the high-end look of direct print.
John SchwartzSchwartz Brothers Printing, St. Louis, Missouri
Signite™ is a unique product decoration system combining proprietary media printing techniques with state-of-the-art application machinery.