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Orbytel understands the need to keep current with changing market requirements and customer needs. We have invested in state-of-the-art printing and converting processes, equipment and quality controls to keep pace with faster turnaround times and quality demands. We aim to deliver a flawless product every time and meet the highest industry standards. Controlling the entire process in-house from design to print to cutting and gluing enables us to keep costs down to offer the lowest pricing to our customers.
Digital printing is great for low volume jobs. No need for plates or rolls, this process is more similar to your office printer but with infinitely better quality. It uses cyan, magenta, yellow and black to create all the colors in the art design.
Offset printing is best for high volume jobs. It uses metal plates to transfer the design onto rubber rolls. The paperboard passes through the rolls while the colors are layered on for unbeatable quality. Our offset presses use UV drying inks.
Laser Die Cutting
Laser die cutting uses a high-speed laser to cut through substrate. Lasers can be used to make a variety of cuts and do not require any contact with the material. Instead of physical dies, a drawing is loaded to the machine for a quicker time to market.
Traditional Die Cutting
Traditional die cutting uses a customized, machined part to cut through substrate. Physical dies are durable, can be reused, and can make a variety of cuts. Traditional die cutting is better for handling larger production runs, as it can cut at a faster rate and ultimately a lower cost.
Folding & Gluing
The folding and gluing process transforms a piece of flat precut material into a box. This is achieved by sending the blanks through a series of guides and hooks positioned to fold along creases to the customized specifications and applying the adhesive that will hold the box together.
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