Broadcasting

In the complex and technical world of broadcasting, labelling solutions need to meet a diverse range of requirements. We have worked with some of the worlds leading manufacturers of broadcasting equipment and so have developed a clear understanding of the need for quality, style and durability when it comes to branding and logos.

Our extensive range of materials, processes and finishes mean that we can create solutions for all equipment and environments. From labels on lighting rigs that have to withstand high temperatures, to badges and overlays on mixing desks that have to be visible in low light, we pride ourselves on being able to design and create perfect, bespoke products.

Our UK based manufacturing facility offers technologies that include precision cut graphic overlays for editing suites, to 3D processes that ensure your brand stands out amongst similar products. Our experienced team will work closely with you at every stage of the design and creation process, and once your product has been agreed upon we can keep your specifications on file so we can produce repeat orders as quickly as possible in the future.

"We should all express our thanks to Shaun and the production guys at Diametric for shipping these labels ahead of time and thus helping our relationship with the end customer." Les – Virtual Access

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How do you replicate two intricate royal warrants of appointment, along with other important text, on a badge just six centimetres long? Read Full Case Study

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