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By Wunderlabel on 05/02/2024

Production of logo labels

Production Process of Logo Labels

Specialized processes are used in the production of logo labels  to achieve the desired design and quality. As a renowned and proud manufacturer of logo labels, we would like to give you an insight into the production process of our custom labels with logo..

Material Selection

The choice of material for logo labels is critical to their aesthetics, durability and functionality. Common materials include polyester, cotton, and satin. Polyester offers good durability and color retention, while cotton provides a natural feel and satin has a lustrous appearance. The intended use, budget and desired aesthetic characteristics all play a role in the choice of material. Wunderlabel offers a variety of materials: Polyester, satin, cotton or 100% recycled Tyvek. 

The Production

After the customer uploads his logo, our graphic designers adapt it to the conditions of the machines.
At Wunderlabel, the customer can choose between two types of logo labels: woven and printed. 

We use only 100% recycled polyester for our woven labels. First our operators choose the right yarn for the logo. Then they prepare the loom for production by inserting the vertical threads (warp threads). They form the basic structure of the fabric in the damask process.

The horizontal threads (weft) are wound onto bobbins. During weaving, the machine alternately passes the warp and weft threads over and under each other to create the desired logo. 
The Pure Color option uses an additional white color thread during weaving to isolate the logo color from the background color. This prevents light labels with darker text/design from appearing discolored. It is also possible to add a taffeta border (top and bottom or right and left) to the labels. Other machines cut and fold the finished labels for finishing.

State-of-the-art printing equipment is used in the production process for printed labels, such as thermal transfer and flexographic printing. For thermal transfer printing, Wunderlabel also uses 100% recycled satin polyester to ensure high durability. This printing technique uses heat to transfer inks onto the label material. The printing machine heats a thermal transfer ribbon: the ribbon becomes ink and the print head transfers it to the material. The ink cools, hardens, and penetrates deep into the material.
For flexographic printing, customers can choose from satin polyester, Tyvek and cotton. Wunderlabel uses flexible printing plates to apply the ink to the label - the process is similar to stamping. After the ink dries, the manufacturer fixes the ink and a machine cuts out the logo labels.

Quality Control

Quality control is an integral part of the logo label production process. Through visual inspection, washing and durability testing, and strict quality control procedures, we ensure that each label meets the highest quality standards and customer expectations.

Packaging & Shipping

We carefully package the finished logo labels to protect them from damage during shipping. The labels are shipped individually cut to size for immediate application to your products. They are shipped in environmentally friendly boxes and envelopes.  

Cost Considerations

Several factors affect the cost of producing logo labels, including material selection, design complexity, production volume, and the use of special processes or technologies. Careful planning and selection can help optimize costs without sacrificing quality. At Wunderlabel, smaller companies can order logo labels for your sewing business in small quantities.

Sustainability Policy

Wunderlabel focuses on environmentally friendly production practices and the use of sustainable materials in the manufacturing process of logo labels. The use of recycled materials, the reduction of waste through the option of ordering small quantities, and the OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification all contribute to Wunderlabel's commitment to the environment. 

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