From desktop label makers to production-class presses, to inkjet-based label printers that bridge the gap between the two, a solution can be recommended after assessing your specific needs.
In the process of reopening during COVID-19?
Businesses fully opening their doors again amid the pandemic are taking every possible measure to ensure the safety of both their employees and customers. This includes communicating relevant information inside the workplace.
From creating labels that list protocols for employees upon arrival, posters reminding guests to wear a mask, or floor graphics that direct foot traffic inside a retail store to support social distancing, printing these materials in a pinch has become a big priority for many businesses looking to stay within CDC compliance.
Yes, there are multiple viable solutions for doing this in-house. From desktop label makers to production-class presses, to inkjet-based label printers that bridge the gap between the two, a solution can be recommended after assessing your specific needs.
Many businesses realize that bringing this in-house comes at a big advantage. The ability to control the cost, control the process, and not be handicapped to a vendor’s timeline make exploring in-house options a worthwhile endeavor.
A few questions to ask yourself first:
- How large are the materials that I need to print, and at what volume?
- Do I currently have what I need to begin this process, which comes with ever-changing CDC requirements?
- If I have to wait for a vendor for graphics or labels, how long will I be in non-compliance?
- What is the lifespan for these graphics? Six weeks? Six years? This will determine necessary printing methodology.