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CUSTOM BADGE REELS: Full Color Process Printing

Full color process printing also referred to as four color printing allows the reproduction of multi color logos and designs on badge reels. Imprint is actually first applied to a sheet of durable white or clear adhesive nylon and then applied to the recessed area on the front of the badge reel. The result is a high resolution image that won't rub or scratch off. The vinyl media used is the same as used to bumper stickers and other outside applications. The image to be printed is dissected into four primary colors cyan (blue), magenta, yellow and black (also referred to as CMYK). When recombined these four colors can produce millions of colors. The actual design being reproduced contains these colors in various percentages. Machines used for producing full color images will also contour cut around the printed image. The contour line and shape (ie round, square, oblong) matches the imprint area on the badge reel or other object. Another method for producing custom badge reels is pad printing. Today full color process printing is the method of choice for producing custom badge reels.

 

 
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