Our Manufacturing Process

Grafik Design

Our highly experienced graphic design team, makes pre-printing editing and color separations regarding our customers’ desires. Subsequently, our Customer Representatives receive approval from our customers for the arrangement and color-separated work, for the placement.

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Printing

We use 2 types of printing techniques to meet the printing requirements of the designs approved by our customers with highest possible quality.

A. Flexo Printing

In summary, in flexo printing technique; Photopolymer clichés are mounted on the mold cylinder (boiler) with double-sided tape. Anilox (trapped) rollers transfer the ink to the photopolymer plate and transfer the image to the printing material. With the development achieved in the flexo printing technique, especially in the last 10 years, it has become possible to print many designs at more affordable costs than rotogravure printing.

B. Rotogravure Printing

The rotogravure printing technique is the technique that allows the most demanding designs to be printed with high quality. This technique is the oldest known industrial printing technique. In summary; It is the transfer of ink to the printing material by means of “engraved“ cylinders, processed in accordance with the design to be printed with special techniques. In addition to very high printing quality, partial matte lacquer, paper-like lacquer and similar applications suitable for the design can be applied “inline“, which means, on the same line with the printing, by reversing the material itself during printing.

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Lamination

Lamination can be summarized as the merger of film materials into a single layer by means of glue, heat and pressure. We have solvent-based, solvent-free and water-based lamination solutions according to the lamination type required by the packaging material requested by our customers.

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Curing Process

It is the process of keeping the laminated semi-finished product in rooms at a certain temperature and humidity standard, designed to complete the chemical reaction of the glue used in the lamination process and to perform its function correctly.

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Slicing

It is the preparation of the material that has completed the curing process into the size and diameter desired by the customer. In addition, we have the opportunity to apply laser perforation during the slicing process.

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Cutting

The final stage of the manufacturing process is cutting. In line with the demands of our customers, we have doypack, flat bottom (box pouch), custom shaped cutting, quadro (four-sided welding), back welding, two-sided welding and three-sided welding options. It is within our possibilities to add functions such as reclosable zip-locks, opening notch, hanger hole, snapping, reinforcement, mechanical perforation and similar functions in various features to your product during the cutting process.

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