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Cotone Bianco Ultra WS 120 gsm

Label

Labels are used to ensure recognisability of containers and to identify the brand and the product inside. However simple they may seem to be from a structural point of view, labels often have to respond to precise standards, especially in the field of food products and cosmetics. Their dimension must not only be proportional to the size of the container, but must also allow clear and legible presentation of the product information required by current legislation. In order to create a label with the best possible visual impact, secondary information can be included in a label applied to the rear of the product.

 

Recommended grammage from 80 gsm to 110 gsm

Cutting and creasing

The most common method of processing in the packaging sector is die-cutting: not only it is essential, together with creasing, for cutting and folding paperboard and card cases, it also creates windows that display the contents of the package. Die-cutting is used to make holes with simple outlines, while laser cutting ensures greater precision in the final result, as well as the creation of more elaborate shapes and patterns.

 

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Wet Strenght treatment

Labels for bottles of white or sparkling wines, that become wet when placed in ice buckets, should always use a paper with wet strength treatment. When choosing paper for wine and liquor labels, it is therefore advisable to bear wet-strength in mind, the characteristic of paper that prevents disintegration when wet.

 

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Die-cutting on Cotone Bianco Ultra WS paper 120 gsm

The Old Bloke and the Three Young Blondes

by Voice – Australia
Fedrigoni Top Award 2019 / Third place

 

A promotional project for Boss Box, combining design, creative papers and precise production. The aim was to use the tactile power of print to get clients playing and engaging with the work that Boss Box does. This ‘sampler’ showcases the company’s amazing precision and craft. Robox is a reminder that the physicality of an object engages our senses in a way that screens and the virtual world cannot. We connect Robox subliminally with memories of learning motor skills as a child.

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The Old Bloke and the three young blondes

by Voice – Australia

Fedrigoni Top Award 2019

Third place

 

A promotional project for Boss Box, combining design, creative papers and precise production. The aim was to use the tactile power of print to get clients playing and engaging with the work that Boss Box does. This ‘sampler’ showcases the company’s amazing precision and craft. Robox is a reminder that the physicality of an object engages our senses in a way that screens and the virtual world cannot. We connect Robox subliminally with memories of learning motor skills as a child.

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Label
Die-cutting
Wet Strenght treatment

 

Fedrigoni papers

Cotone Bianco Ultra WS 120 gsm

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Die-cutting on Cotone Bianco Ultra WS paper 120 gsm

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Cutting and creasing

The most common method of processing in the packaging sector is die-cutting: not only it is essential, together with creasing, for cutting and folding paperboard and card cases, it also creates windows that display the contents of the package. Die-cutting is used to make holes with simple outlines, while laser cutting ensures greater precision in the final result, as well as the creation of more elaborate shapes and patterns.

 

Find out more

Label

Labels are used to ensure recognisability of containers and to identify the brand and the product inside. However simple they may seem to be from a structural point of view, labels often have to respond to precise standards, especially in the field of food products and cosmetics. Their dimension must not only be proportional to the size of the container, but must also allow clear and legible presentation of the product information required by current legislation. In order to create a label with the best possible visual impact, secondary information can be included in a label applied to the rear of the product.

 

Recommended grammage from 80 gsm to 110 gsm

Wet Strenght treatment

Labels for bottles of white or sparkling wines, that become wet when placed in ice buckets, should always use a paper with wet strength treatment. When choosing paper for wine and liquor labels, it is therefore advisable to bear wet-strength in mind, the characteristic of paper that prevents disintegration when wet.

 

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