ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES OF CUSTOMIZATION
The product’s packaging decoration is a key element to achieve a correct position on the market and to be well distinguished from competitors.
Bruni Glass offers an innovative and high-quality service to create original products that can be easily recognized, totally consistent with their content.
The Bruni Glass Innovation Center specialists are available to give customers their advice regarding the multiple possible decorations of a bottle or a jar, with the objective to achieve the best results.
acid etching and matte finish varnish, with and without shiny spots.
Covering, metal, transparent, matte varnish
High temperature screen printing decoration with ceramic inks and at low temperature with organic or UV inks
UV colour pad printing
decal (transfer designs)
components’ assembly (plastic, metal)
SUCCESSFUL EXAMPLES OF DECORATED PRODUCTS FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
THE INNOVATION CENTER OFFERS A DECORATION QUICK AND TECHNOLOGICAL SERVICE WITH UV PRINTING.
PERSONALIZED ADVICE FOR ALL YOUR PROJECTS
Innovation Center designers are available to assist customers in defining the ideal graphic solution; modifying, resizing and adapting the decoration to containers of different types and shapes. In addition to bottles and jars, it is also possible to produce decorated samples of capsules, caps and other accessories.
The Innovation Center uses innovative printing technologies to create prototypes and decorated mock-ups that are completely faithful to the original, providing a rapid response to the need for new, istinctive packaging.
FROM IDEA TO GLASS, A 360°-DEGREE SERVICE FOR ANY REQUIREMENT
Design / concept
Moodboard / presentations
Samples decoration service
Professional photo shooting
Editing / post production
COLOUR PRINTING SIMULATION
Bruni Glass offers to its customers technologies that makes possible the creation of graphic effects with both 100% coverage and a scalable percentage of transparency, as well as shades with high output tonal passages and simulation of double-sided decorations. These prints can be put on bottles and jars that are cylindrical, shaped with flat faces, slightly convex or with a taper angle that is not too accentuated. Colour printing can be combined with all other technical solutions, in order to achieve a more substantial mock-up.
GLOSS VARNISH EFFECT
The gloss finish is definitely a bonus that greatly enhances the image of the packaging of Bruni Glass customers, who increasingly request this option in order to improve the quality of the decoration. Using this technique, it is possible to give greater emphasis to certain details of the graphics or a gloss effect applied to the entire decorated surface. Gloss varnishing is also very widespread because it allows you to protect the print itself from abrasion, wear and any damage caused by external factors.
HOT STAMPING SIMULATION
Another possibility is simulating the hot stamping process, which is now in great demand as part of countless decoration techniques, benefiting the overall elegance of the packaging. The application of foil is possible on all the graphic design or on parts of it, even using different materials at the same time. There are, in fact, multiple finishes and colours in addition to the classic gold or silver effects that the Innovation Center is able to simulate.
Customers increasingly wish to customise their articles, or those offered by Bruni Glass, with writing and logos in relief on the glass. The Innovation Center is able to simulate this technique, which is known as “embossing” in the glassworks, on multiple containers with different shapes and volumes, allowing the customer to quickly evaluate the development of a new project without necessarily having to make a significant investment in terms of time and money. The result achieved is a simulation that is useful for evaluating the overall image of the packaging, especially if combined with other decoration techniques.
The technology available today does, however, have some limits when it comes to positioning the embossing, especially on highly-accentuated double curvature surfaces.