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Inks & Finishes

Inks UV Screen-Printing Inks 8MK Ink that is best for paint reproduction Label Gloss Ink that adheres to most types of labels for various products. Rotoprint Roto-gloss This ink is designed for labels that are running on rotary presses. Special Effect Inks Fluorescent Effects UV fluorescent ink is made from a powder that will react […]

Understand Label Face Stock and Liner Choices

Basic Label Face Stock Options Hub Labels offers a huge library of label face stocks and we know the various choices can feel overwhelming. A label face stock, also known as the label substrate, is the front side of the label where the inks are placed. Label face stocks fall into two main categories: paper […]

Understand Label Adhesive Choices

What is a label adhesive? Pressure sensitive labels, or PS Labels, use an adhesive to make the label stick to a surface. PS label adhesives require no solvents or heat to be activated. There are three main types of adhesives that are used by label converters: permanent, removable, and repositionable. Each adhesive type has their […]

Hub Labels at 2020 NJPEC Innovation Summit

NJPEC Innovation Summit 2020 Hagerstown, Maryland | February 28th, 2020 – Hub Labels will be represented as one of the platinum sponsors at the 2020 NJPEC Innovations Summit in Somerset, NJ on Thursday, April 2nd from 6-9:30 p.m. Matt Cassano, Hub Labels’ health and beauty segment manager, was tasked by the NJPEC with co-chairing the […]

What Is Digital Printing?

Digital Printing Digital printing is a type of printing that does not require printing plates and other traditional prepress processes. In digital printing, digital-based images such as PDFs or desktop publishing files can be sent directly to a digital printing press and printed directly on to various substrates. These include paper, photo paper, heavyweight paper, […]

What Is Flexography?

Flexography Flexography is a type of rotary in-line printing method that can be used to print on any porous or non-porous flexible material. These materials include corrugated cardboard, cellophane, plastic, label stock, fabric, metallic film, and more. The flexographic printing process uses quick-drying, semiliquid inks and is suited nicely for long print runs and large […]