- Mark, Can you also comment upon various glue adhesives that the letterpress printer can use? And recommendations on where to acquire pressure-sensitive labelMessage 1 of 5 , May 5, 2004View SourceMark,
Can you also comment upon various glue adhesives that
the letterpress printer can use? And recommendations
on where to acquire pressure-sensitive label stock.
--- Gerald Lange <bieler@...> wrote:
> I guess you would be the person to ask. Is there
> regulation of wine
> label design and printing? Size of label, colors
> that can be used,
> etc? I had been told that once, and since most
> labels are quite
> similar, makes sense. But if so, where would one
> find these regulations?
> > I've been making wine labels in the Napa Valley
> for the last 20
> years and it is
> > highly recommended that the grain of the paper
> goes across the
> bottle (left to
> > right) and not up and down as previously
> mentioned. The glue holds
> > Good luck.
> > Mark West Bauder
> > Sonoma Printers
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- Hey everyone I print labels for a brewery here on the east coast, Cisco Brewers on Nantucket. There are samples pics of a couple of the labels up on my websiteMessage 2 of 5 , May 6, 2004View SourceHey everyone
I print labels for a brewery here on the east coast, Cisco Brewers on
Nantucket. There are samples pics of a couple of the labels up on my website
I print the labels on an 80# opaque sheet and they cold glue them to the
bottle. The winery and distillery that is also affiliated with Cisco, uses
pressure sensitive stock. Any paper house should have the paper you are
looking for. XPEDX, is also a good source. If you can find one of their walk
in locations, you can actually purchase the stock right off the shelf. There
are three of these locations here in Massachusetts.
116 pleasant st. #2245
easthampton, ma 01027
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