decals and labels provide critical information
which may have an impact on the safety of an operator or the success of
Meto-grafics can design and produce decals or
labels, individually, on sheets or in rolls, to meet your specific
requirements. Whether those requirements mean exposure to high heat,
chemical or abrasive abuse, or something as simple as an inventory
number, we will recommend the proper paper, metal , or plastic materials
and marking method to satisfy those demands. Cutting-edge digital color
printing and cutting capabilities make Meto-Grafics a practical choice
even for short-run/multi-color decals and labels.
Regardless of the
size, shape, or material requirements of a
Meto-grafics can manufacture it: metal, plastic,
thick, thin, etched, anodized, mechanical, or adhesive
mounted, bar codes, even military specifications.
can manufacture virtually any type of precision
dial or scale
from materials as diverse as aluminum, stainless
steel, acrylic, polycarbonate, or plastic / metal laminates. Because
our artwork generation and
many other manufacturing processes are
computer-controlled, we are able to meet demanding dimensional
tolerances and finishes, even in prototype and short-run quantities.
brings its tradition of excellence to
the sophisticated manufacturing processes required
for graphic and membrane switch overlays.
We have made a major commitment to this
technology, and we are producing overlays of aluminum, polyester,
polycarbonate, PVC and newly developed materials in thicknesses ranging
from .003” to .500”. Depending on our
customers’ performance and quantity requirements, we use a
variety of marking, fabrication, embossing, and adhesive application
techniques, including the latest digital
imaging and laser cutting.
manufactures instrument and control panels with an
unrivaled degree of precision and quality.
Customer specifications are met with remarkable
consistency. Our technological innovation
enables us to combine materials, finishes and marking methods which
uniquely satisfy our customers’ individual requirements for even
the most demandingly-hostile, or -sterile environments.