Unlike many printers who avoid printing on customer supplied parts, Bovie relishes the challenge of devising the methods needed to print on products whose materials or design lie outside printing norms.
We have experience printing on parts whose surfaces are:
- oddly shaped
- and more
Despite what you may have heard…
Most printers avoid printing on customer parts because:
- Components arrive damaged, incomplete, or unfit for printing
- Poor packaging leading to in-transit damage, or having to repack in material unsuitable for post-print packing
- Parts are too bulky or excessively heavy for the print shop to handle
- Specifications may require epoxy inks that must be heat cured
Despite what you may have heard in the past, contact Bovie’s specialist to discuss possible solutions. Our breadth of experience will help you to find the most cost effective decision.
Why Choose Bovie?
Bovie’s specialists focus on finding solutions to many of the common industry issues, including:
- Additional logistic costs associated with simply bringing in components just to ship them out again to be printed
- Too many parts being destroyed in the printing process because suppliers ship directly to product printer
- Lack of accountability between your component supplier and your printing source when there is an error
We encourage you to work with us to reduce the costs of acquiring the printed components by asking your supplier to ship directly to Bovie, who applies your own incoming quality control standards to the component and prepares painted and powder coated parts. Only those that pass the test are printed and Bovie assumes responsibility from Bovie’s receipt dock to yours.
A sampling of component parts includes the following:
- Injection molded parts
- Metal equipment panels
- Painted chassis
- Medical components
- Retail store displays
If you are interested in talking to one of our specialists about our product marking services, contact us today .