It is said that more than 800 million test samples travel through the NHS domain during a 12-month period, imagine the chaos that would be generated if the traceability of this vast volume of test data was to become compromised and labels were to become illegible or the labels fell off the tube.
Labels suitable for use within a typical laboratory can require a full roster of requirements to ensure that it lives up to the environment it is going to be used in.
Specialist labels are a key feature of an efficient, organised laboratory and are essential for minimising project errors and delays.
Discover the inspiration and design process behind a beautifully crafted, 5 Axis machined Horse head sculpture, with a question and answers session with the artist Dean Bourne.
Digital Print Technology: An interview with Simon Tourle
SC21 and AS9100 are hallmarks of quality in the aerospace industry. Find out more about these standards, and the advantages of selecting suppliers that possess them.
World-renowned engineering consultancy Ricardo chose Fine Cut to produce a baton to take on a worldwide trip to celebrate 100 years in business
Consumers are increasingly attracted to a more handmade aesthetic, which is helping to fuel an interest in traditional arts such as bookbinding
Why the world of domed labels is shaping the real ale market.
Our new 5-Axis machine and Faro measuring and scanning arm complement our experienced staff to create a high quality service for our customers.
2015 is set to be an important year for Fine Cut, thanks to significant investment in new machinery.
UK food retailers have stated a new system of front-of-pack labelling is helping customers to choose healthier options.
UK drinks firms have achieved 80 per cent compliance on alcohol labelling.
An award-winning food label innovation could become the next new environmentally-friendly packaging trend.
Growth in the construction, packaging and automotive industries is set to boost the global adhesives and sealants market, according to new research.
It has been suggested that wine, beer and spirits should clearly display calorie information on their labels.
Scientists have developed a new adhesive that could be perfect for bonding materials in space.
Researchers at MIT have developed a new adhesive modelled on the natural glue produced by mussels.
Canada has become the sixth country in the world to give the go-ahead to electronic labelling.
Regulations have been introduced in the US to define what criteria food products that display gluten-free labels have to fulfil.
New research indicates growth across the worldwide adhesive market until at least 2018.
Wine producers in South Africa are taking an innovative approach to combatting the problem of counterfeit goods in the industry.
An investigation has begun in Sweden to see how well labels are being used on biocide products, amid concerns standards are slipping.