In an industry where accuracy is paramount, and large amounts of essential information often needs to be communicated in a small space, we understand that equipment manufacturers have lots of factors to consider. Our extensive range of materials, processes and finishes mean you can ensure our UK-based manufacturing facility can create solutions that meet all your requirements.
We have worked alongside some of the biggest manufacturers in the industrial electronics sector, producing labels, badges, nameplates and overlays that meet all performance criteria. We’ve created branding and information for flow meters, gas detectors and spectro-analysis equipment, adhering to strict industry guildlines.
We can colour match to the majority of recognised colour systems, produce labelling with incredibly accurate detail to fit into small spaces, and create badges and overlays with bespoke cut-outs to accommodate screens, switches and LEDs.
Our team can offer advice and recommendations on the most suitable materials, processes, finishes and adhesives to ensure your labelling is displayed for years to come, and clearly communicates the style and quality of your brand.
“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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