Colorful shrink sleeves wrap can's curved shoulder

Jack Mans, Plant Operations Editor

January 29, 2014

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Colorful shrink sleeves wrap can's curved shoulder





Maple Grove Products has debuted what it says is the world's first alcohol-infused whipped cream in an aerosol can. The cans are decorated by full-body shrink sleeves, printed by The RB Dwyer Group


The full sleeve-shrink labels, made of heat-shrinkable PVC, were chosen specifically for this product since the nesting can curves up at the top and it was necessary for the label to shrink to the curves of the aluminum can. Maple Grove purchases cut sleeves and uses a heat tunnel as a faster and more uniform way to label the cans. The RB Dwyer Group is printing six colorful labels that reflect the delicious flavors. The labels are flexo-printed on The RB Dwyer's 10-color press in four to six colors.

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Jack Mans

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