Labels for industrial machinery and equipment are subjected to some of the most hostile and challenging conditions possible. It is vital that marking solutions for this sector are durable enough to last the lifetime of the product they are applied to.
We work closely with our customers to offer a range of creative solutions from an extensive selection of cutting-edge materials and adhesives
We provide Pantone and CMYK printing processes to match corporate colours and branding, and operate an in-house quality controlled studio for the printing of variable data, serial numbers, data matrix and QR codes. This ensures that every label is checked, scanned and read before it is dispatched.
For most industrial requirements, labels need that extra durability and performance to promote confidence. Our skilled technical team can provide recommendations to match your expectation.
We offer a range of printable polyester, polycarbonate and acrylic materials each possessing superior properties for durability and extended resistance to everyday wear and tear.
All our labels are available in any size, shape or colour combination and possess superior resistance against solvents, abrasion and weathering.
We draw on the expertise of global suppliers such as 3M and Fasson for an extensive selection of permanent, high tack, low tack and security adhesives. All adhesives are backed up with full specification and test data.
All labels are designed for durability, performance and quality, making Fine Cut the one stop shop for all your industrial labelling requirements. Our products include:
Our experts are always available to discuss any Label or Nameplate requirement and would welcome the opportunity to talk it through. Whether you need advice or want to receive a quote, just get in touch and we’re confident we will find the perfect solution for your requirement.
“ I just wanted to send you a brief email to say THANK YOU! The stickers have arrived and everyone is really pleased with them! Thank you very much, sorry for all the toing and froing. We got there in the end.”