Paper & Packing Label Printing Equipment

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Label Printing Machines Since 1981

We have over 35 years of experience in the industry, and our machines are designed, manufactured and installed entirely in-house with training, servicing, spare parts & consumables provided – all in one place.


Whatever You & Your Customers Need

We design, manufacture & install all types of label printing machines - from inline label printing machines, heat transfer printing machines, silk screen printing machines, to rewinding machines. Whatever you need, we can provide.


Custom-Designed & Modular

Each machine we build is designed and built to our customer’s unique requirements. Our machines can be designed so that new modules can be added, removed or altered to adapt to the changing needs of your customers.


Experienced Print Technicians

Our print technicians come from background of specialist Printers & have years of hands-on printing experience using a wide variety of machines and can demonstrate, install and train you on the equipment you buy from us.

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Latest From Our Blog

Posted on March 14th, 2018

Flexography is a reliable technology through its continuous development over several decades and beats many other techniques for volume production. Here is more information about it.

Posted on March 8th, 2018

When used for medium to long print runs, the advantages of flexography outweigh the disadvantages by far, thus making it the best printing technology for long-term return on investment. Things are less clear when considering Flexo for short run production.

Posted on March 5th, 2018

A Personal Invitation to visit Focus Label Machinery & our Manufacturing, Production & Showroom facilities: March 20th & 21st Focus Label Machinery Ltd Bingham Nottingham.10am – 4pm on the 20th & 21st March 2018

Posted on February 23rd, 2018

Although both methods use wet ink and printing plates, these two printing processes are quite different. Technically, offset printing can refer to any printing technique that uses a printing plate to transfer an image to an intermediate carrier and then onto the printed substrate. Whereas flexo transfers ink from the ...

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