As owner, printer, salesman, designer, etc., I wear many hats at Peltier Glassworks. I enjoy working with my hands and take pride in crafting high quality screen printed labels. On a personal note, I can't get enough Firestone beer, Pinot Noir, and Bourbon whiskey and enjoy the stylings of Hank Williams, Springsteen, and Golden Oldies.
I am here to ensure all of Adam's hats are on straight and am passionate about offering our clients the best customer service possible. I love plants, the outdoors, watercolor painting, and cooking. I also have a bun in the oven due January 2013.
Screen printing is a specialized process in which an image is applied directly to a bottle using ceramic, metallic, or precious metal inks and then cured at high temperatures in a decorating Lehr oven. The result is a label permanently fused to the glass bottle.
Offering a style and elegance unequaled by other industry trends, screen prinetd labels often suggest a higher quality product and demand a greater purchase price.
There are several advantages screen printing offers over paper labels including:
With most purchasing decisions occurring at the shelf, it is important to have a label that stands out from the rest. Who better to design your screen printed label than the people who know screen printing best? Peltier Glassworks will help create a label that seduces, informs and most importantly, sells your product.
Our dedicated and knowledgeable graphic designers will give your bottle a fresh new look that will not only look great, but will be consistent with your company’s ideology and identity. Drop us a line to set up a free consultation.
Ever wonder what your current label would look like as a screen printed image? Send us your artwork and we'll transform your current label into a paper-free design and send you a complimentary digital proof.
Despite popular belief, screen printing can be a cost effective alternative to paper labels on small and large runs. Especially when you consider the fact that a bottle with a screen printed label can often times fetch more money than its paper labeled equivalent.
Curious about what goes on during a typical day at Peltier Glassworks? Check out this video that designer and friend, August Kreowski made for us.