Services Overview

Starting as a nameplate manufacturer in 1961, Specialty Printing & Processing has since expanded to offer a broad array of printing, manufacturing, and value-added services. Our award-winning staff has more than 100 combined years of experience in screen and digital printing. We also offer assembly, sub-assembly, and creative project solutions. We work closely with our clients to ensure each project meets its specifications. Take a closer look at our services and how we can meet your business’s needs.


Digital Printing
Digital Printing

Digital Printing Services

Our digital printing department works with a large range of components and finished applications. Our hi-tech machinery allows us to offer a flexible dots-per-inch (DPI) resolution range that can be adjusted based on the project’s special needs and aesthetic requirements. Depending on the application, we can print as small as 2-point font or graphics as big as 48 x 96 inches. We have the latest software and programs that exceed those of other digital printing houses. Our team can also help you select the best presses, ink, cure systems, primers, and coatings for your specific application.

Our printing house has designed and produced industrial printed products that can withstand tough industrial settings, including:

 

  • Labels
  • Signs
  • Decals
  • Custom threading diagrams
  • Barcoding
  • Warning labels
  • Regulatory and compliance labels
  • Assembly information
  • Packaging specifications
  • Tamper-evident labels

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Screen Printing
Screen Printing

Screen Printing Services

Our cutting-edge facility houses a variety of presses, allowing us to create custom solutions to client specifications. Our print shop includes M&R, American Cameo, Sias, and manual models, which can all work with different ink systems, like enamel, solvent, epoxy, water-based, and UV types. Our drying systems are equally as diverse, including simple rack drying, small ovens, UV curing systems, and a 1 million-BTU belt drying system. We are capable of designing special screens, fixtures, and presses to accommodate more challenging printing jobs, including:

 

  • Custom nameplates
  • Serial plates
  • Data plates
  • Product identifications
  • Information plates
  • And more

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Screen Printing or Digital Printing?
Screen Printing or Digital Printing?

Screen Printing or Digital Printing?

Deciding between screen printing and digital printing—especially for producing nameplates—can be a challenge. Not sure which to choose? Consider the necessary quantity, the desired end-use of the product, its environment, and the surface to which the product will be applied. Other important aspects include the colors required to achieve a certain aesthetic as well as the complexity of the design. These factors determine the best materials, ink, and printing process to use.

When printing on metal substrates, Specialty Printing & Processing offers single color and multicolor digital or screen printing. Multicolor printing requires individual passes for each color. Digital printing is less labor-intensive and quicker for short production runs, but it has limitations spot color matching while screen printing has better suited for low-volume work.

If you’re not sure which printing process is right for your project, contact us for help. We can weigh your requirements to determine the best fit.

Assembly & Sub-Assembly
Assembly & Sub-Assembly

Assembly & Sub-Assembly Services

The expert team at Specialty Printing & Processing can provide turnkey assembly at competitive prices. We are a one-stop-shop for clients across numerous industries, including medical, electrical, and material handling. Our shop can provide die-cutting, kitting, laminating, packaging, and delivery services after production. Using an advanced delivery system, we can perform labeling, lot control, bar-coding, and first-in, first-out (FIFO) services for your logistical operations. For die-cutting in particular, we can handle small and large production runs, thin and thick substrates, and a wide range of materials, which include polyester, vinyl, polycarbonate, acrylic, PVC, fiberboard, Coroplast®, and more.

 

Applications for our engineered assemblies include:

  • Lens assemblies
  • Monitors
  • Controllers
  • Stainless steel ejection plates
  • EMI shield assemblies

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We also offer a suite of secondary services for assembly:

  • Printing services
  • Die cutting
  • Kitting
  • Laminating
  • Fabricating
  • Detailed powder coating
  • Marking
  • Laser cutting
  • Strategic sourcing of components
  • Custom packaging, ready to be incorporated with the final product

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Creative Project Solutions
Creative Project Solutions

Creative Project Solutions

Regardless of complexity, we can find a creative solution for your unique printing and/or assembly projects. Our experts regularly innovate new solutions as well as develop improvements to existing ones. After the design process, we continue to collaborate with our clients to refine their projects exactly to their specifications. We develop a challenging fix to a problem or opportunity by assisting clients with design, complex part printing, adhesive analysis, die-cutting, and/or assembly services.

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Value-Added
Value-Added Services from Specialty Printing and Processing

Value-Added Services from Specialty Printing & Processing

With personalized service and a dedicated team of professionals, Specialty Printing & Processing is here for all your printing and assembly needs. With our turnkey solutions, we are your one-stop-shop for printing, kitting, packaging, electrical mechanical assembly & engineering, creative solutions, and more. Our advanced facility and expert team can handle the most difficult printing and processing challenges. Check out our Digital Printing, Screen Printing, Assembly, Sub-Assembly, and Creative Project Solutions to see which services your application needs.