Our machinery includes equipment that allows us to manufacture products using various printing and marking techniques. In order to optimise production, and in view of increasing customer requirements in terms of quality, deadlines and prices, we are constantly introducing new marking and printing technologies.

We only use certified materials for printing that are long-lasting and friendly to employees and the environment.
We currently have the following printing techniques available:

Digital printing

We have cutting and printing plotters up to a medium width of 1600 mm.
Total plant capacity:

  • printing: at 1440 dpi x 720 dpi it is approximately 47 m2 per hour
    cutting: up to 70 m2 per hour
  • Printing is possible on flat, smooth-textured products up to 1 mm thick.

We print on the following substrates:

  • self-adhesive PVC, polyester, reflective films
  • plastics - soft PVC, lexan
  • papers - self-adhesive papers


The prints are characterised by excellent colour rendering, and their resistance to UV radiation and external influences is significantly increased when the top layer is protected by a hot-stamped UV laminate.


We have digital colour and monochrome printers up to A3 format with built-in duplex. We print on offset papers, self-adhesive papers and cardboard up to 200 g.

Screen printing

We have a semi-automatic screen-printing machine capable of printing up to B2 format, and a manual one up to B1 format.
We print on flat, smooth-textured objects up to a height of 15 cm.We print on the following substrates:


  • self-adhesive films - PVC, polyester, reflective
  • non-ferrous and ferrous metals - e.g. aluminium, steel
  • plastics - lexan, dibond, plexiglas, PVC, eco-leather
  • papers - coated papers, foiled papers, cartons


The prints have excellent colour rendering and their UV and weather resistance is much higher than that of digital prints, even those made using UV technology.

Pad printing

We have a machine for semi-automatic pad printing. Maximum print diameter: 65 mm.
With a pad of the right shape, it is possible to print on uneven and irregular surfaces.
By selecting the right ink and the right pad, it is possible to print on substrates such as:


  •  non-ferrous and ferrous metals - e.g. aluminium, steel
  •  plastics - abs, lexan, dibond, plexiglas, PVC, eco-leather
  •  papers - coated papers, foiled papers, cartons


The prints are characterised by excellent colour rendering and good resistance to UV radiation and external influences.

UV printing

The table-top UV printer with white subprint and clear varnish allows product personalisation from just one piece.



  •  plastics - lexan, dibond, plexiglas, PVC, eco-leather
  •  PVC, polyester, reflective films
  •  non-ferrous and ferrous metals - e.g. aluminium, steel
  •  papers - coated papers, foiled papers, cartons

Fiber and CO2 laser

The marking laser is the ideal tool for engraving nameplates. When marking is required due to legal requirements or personalisation of ordinary nameplates, the laser enables marking to be carried out on self-adhesive materials, plastics and metals. It is suitable for standard-sized plates as well as for unusual shapes and sizes.


Both laser cutting of plastic and engraving can be carried out in many different ways. A range of commercially used plastics such as polycarbonates, ABS, polyamides and many others can be marked with a fibre laser. The process is fast and provides a high-quality finish. Thanks to the short adjustment time and the high flexibility of this tool, the laser makes it cost-effective to mark even very short runs.


We have a Trotec machine with an integrated dual laser source - fibre and CO2. This makes it possible to combine the operation of two light sources with a single use setting.

Hot stamping and thermal transfer

It is not possible to achieve a three-dimensional effect with laser marking on all substrates.
In such situations, we carry out marking or embossing using a heat press.
Our semi-automatic device allows you to select the temperature and time of the temperature effect on the substrate.
Medium height up to 5 cm.



  • embossing and folding of flexible plastics, e.g. keyboards and buttons
  • colour change prints on aluminium, e.g. colour plates on aluminium substrate for indoor use.

Computer-aided milling

Mechanical milling has mostly been superseded by laser engraving and cutting. However, there are products whose manufacturing process still requires the use of this equipment.


Application (by machining):

  • milling and drilling of holes, flutes and profiles
  • engraving in steel, brass, aluminium, gold, etc.
  • manufacture of transfer matrices
  • cutting of details from aluminium profiles
  • gold and silver marking
  • manufacture of aluminium components
  • brass stamps and refeathers


Hot lamination is an excellent form of protecting prints from external influences. Approved Oracal brand laminates, with a manufacturer's guarantee of durability extended to 3 or 5 years, provide up to several times the lifespan of graphics - increased resistance to scratching, oils, grease and other chemical reagents, and UV radiation.


For labels used in variable or harsh conditions, we recommend a protective layer in the form of a laminate.

Binding, gluing, stapling

We have a semi-automatic machine for simultaneous creasing and stitching.


  • instructions for use
  • warranty cards
  • product information leaflets and labels


The application of the adhesive is carried out using several techniques - depending on the conditions to which the product will be subjected - from screen printing to double-sided adhesive tapes to 3M adhesive films.


The use of products in different conditions may require installation without interfering with the substrate structure.
In order to avoid drilling holes, welding or dents, we recommend the use of 3M adhesive film.