As Sen Label, our production line is equipped by machinery which help us to produce various printing techniques in order to make all kinds of labels.

Incoming orders first will be evaluated in our production planning department, to plan about technique can be applied and making decision about the machinery equipment to reach the highest quality while manufacturing.


When we receive an order, here are some steps that is taken to plan the manufacturing process:

1. Reviewing the order: Reviewing the order details carefully, including the quantity, size, design, and delivery date.

2. Checking inventory: Check the inventory of materials and supplies needed to create the labels. Ensure that all required materials are in stock or can be obtained in time for production.

3. Planning the production schedule: Create a production schedule that outlines the timeline for each step of the manufacturing process. This should include time for cutting, printing, sewing, quality control, and packaging.


In businesses that make textile labels, the graphic department creates the labels in accordance with consumer preferences. The information that must be on the labels in order for the products to be properly labeled is decided upon in this step. Name of the brand, size, kind of material, washing recommendations, and the nation of manufacture are typically included in this data. This information is properly organized in the graphics area, which also chooses the font and color scheme as well as the visual elements like text boxes, symbols, and lines to finish the design.

Additionally, the graphics department tries to incorporate customer logos and other branding components into labels. The graphic designer uses different tools to produce their designs digitally, and before getting the labels approved, they show clients previews of the labels. Once the design has received client approval, the graphics department translates it to the print formats needed for printing and continues with the remaining steps in label production.


Prepress setup is a crucial part of producing labels, and if it's not done properly, it could have a negative impact on the label's final print quality and appearance. The following actions are often part of the prepress preparation phase:

1. Design Preparation: Designs are prepared in accordance with the customer's request. At this stage, the colors and features determined by the customer are taken into consideration.

2. Color Adjustment: To ensure that the colors in the design are reproduced correctly, color adjustments are applied.

3. Setting Up the Printing Plate: The printing plate will be setup to print the labels. In addition to serving as the design's matrix, the printing plate distributes the ink to be utilized during printing.

4. Ink Preparation: The ink that will be used for printing needs to be prepared. The ink's color, quality, viscosity, and other characteristics are established at this point.

5. Pre-print controls: Prior to printing, pre-press checks will be conducted to make sure the plate is positioned correctly and that the ink parameters are correct.

For labels to be of excellent standards and accuracy, it's crucial to follow these instructions exactly.


Offset printing is a printing technique used for high-volume printing of a design. This method can be used to print cardboard boxes, catalogues, brochures, magazines, newspapers, labels and many other materials.

A printing drum and a printing plate are used in offset printing. After the printing plate has been transferred with the design, ink will be applied to it. To print on paper, cardboard, or other materials, the printing drum takes the design from the platen.

Offset printing has many advantages over other printing techniques. It is more economical especially in large volume productions and can produce high quality, clear and detailed prints. It can also be used to create multi-colored designs, as well as create many different surface effects with special inks and coatings.


A design can be printed on a surface using the printing process known as screen printing. Printing textile labels, cardboard boxes, plastic bottles, glass bottles, metal cans, and a variety of other materials are all possible with this technique.

A molding or stencil is used while screen printing. This molding or stencil will be placed on a fabric (typically polyester or nylon) stretched into a frame. In order for the design to stay in the blank areas of the template, it is either cut or drilled. Under the surface to be printed is a wooden plate or printing frame.

By applying pressure to the ink on the fabric or material, a tool known as a Racel performs the printing process, transferring the design to the surface. As each color used for printing requires a different stencil and Racel, this process enables the creation of multicolored designs. Compared to other printing methods, screen printing offers some benefits. In high-volume manufacturing, it may be more cost-effective and produce brilliant, long-lasting colors. However, it also has drawbacks like needing a unique template for every color and being constrained by the level of design detail.

Screen printing is often used in the creation of textile labels and enables for detailed designs such as brand name, logo, special designs, and texts on the labels.


Printing techniques used in leather label production are as follows:

1. Embossed Printing: In this method, the desired design is embossed on the surface of the leather label. Embossed printing provides height and a textured appearance to the label's surface.

2. Flat Printing: The flat printing method applies flat printing on the surface of the leather label. This method is ideal for those who want a simple and minimalist design.

3. Digital Printing: The digital printing method is a printing produced using computer technology. This method makes it possible to print multicolored designs and photographs.

4. Laser Printing: Laser printing method is a printing made using laser technology. This method makes it possible to print high resolution and detailed designs.

5. Hot Foil Printing: Hot gilding printing is performed by transferring the gilding color onto the leather label. This method provides a high quality and polished appearance on the surface of the label.

6. Embroidery: A thread-embroidered print is applied to a leather label via embroidery. Particularly for printing logos and letter designs, this technique is employed.

Factors like design, print quality, cost, and manufacturing time should be made when selecting one of these methods.


Hot gilding printing is a printing technique that is frequently used in the production of textile labels. This method is accomplished by transferring a heated gilding color onto the label. The process may include the following steps:

1. Design Preparation: Before a label is made available for printing, the designers design it according to the customer's requirements. Make sure the design is the appropriate size and dimensions.

2. Gilding Selection: The gilding color is chosen according to the customer's wishes and the purpose of use of the label. The gilding color is carefully chosen to achieve the desired color tone and appearance.

3. Label Printing: By using a printing machine, the desired design is transferred onto the label with gilding printing technique. This process is carried out under temperature and pressure control, and special materials can be used to improve print quality.

Hot stamping gives the labels an elegant appearance and increases the product's value. The manufacture of textile labels usually use this technique, which is typically selected for high-quality goods.


Packaging of the labels produced in our textile label company is an attentive process and may include the following steps:

1. Correct preparation of labels: Labels are grouped according to numbers and sizes after cutting and placed in each bag or box. In this step, it is ensured that the private labeling, coloring, material and size options are correct according to the customers' demands.

2. Preparing package materials: To avoid labels from being destroyed, packaging materials should be prepared appropriately. These supplies include cardboard boxes, foam boards, protective wrapping paper, and bubble wrap. These items are essential for the careful handling of labels and their distribution without damage.

3. Quality control: Before starting the packaging process, the labels are checked to make sure they have the correct number and size. This step is also used to confirm that labels meet quality standards.

4. Label packing: Pre-made packaging materials are used to package labels. By doing this, the labels are appropriately positioned and covered with protective materials. Each package also has additional information printed on it, including the customer's details, the quantity of labels, the dimensions, and the product code.

5. Shipping: Labels are prepared for shipping according to customers' requests. In this step, the labels are safely transported after being contacted by the logistics firms.

These steps provide a broad overview of the packaging procedures used by textile label businesses. However, the packaging method used by each business may vary.