When customers are looking to purchase high-ticket items such as laptops, desktops and servers, the brand name can play a big part in the decision making process. High quality, durable labelling helps to ensure your company remains ahead of the competition.
We have extensive experience working alongside manufacturers of computing equipment, and have developed a clear understanding of the labelling and branding requirements in the industry.
We offer a range of processes that create durable, hardwearing labels, badges and nameplates. From logos on laptops, to graphic overlays on microphone slots and USB ports, you can be sure that our labelling is built to last. Our UK-based manufacturing facility offers technologies that can create labelling solutions with incredibly fine detail, even when the space for the badge, overlay or nameplate is very small.
We can also produce tamper-proof security labels, as well as printing serial numbers and barcodes. Our accurate cutting techniques ensure we can accommodate screens, LEDs and switches. With advice and recommendation on materials, processes and finishes, as well as the most suitable adhesives, our solutions have been thoroughly tested to withstand high use and not dislodge or degrade.
“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
Diametric is delighted to announce that they have won SME of the Year at this year’s Solent Business Awards. Diametric were announced as winners during the awards ceremony held at the Ageas Bowl on the 18th October. Of the six...CONTINUE READING
Reflecting their commitment to inspire the community around them, Diametric created an interactive and interesting manufacturing experience for local schoolchildren. Taking part in Upham Primary School’s ‘World of Work’ week, they set up several stations so children could have a...CONTINUE READING
LATEST CASE STUDY
How do you replicate two intricate royal warrants of appointment, along with other important text, on a badge just six centimetres long?