On “Cool Stuff Being Made” this week we have Michael Brennan, vice president for sales at Monet Graphics, demonstrating step-by-step the process of taking a design and turning it into a mass-produced label. As always, there are things to learn: “The bigger the gearing, the less chaff.”
The company’s website explains:
Monet Graphics, Inc. is a specialty label manufacturer founded in 1996. Our employees and founders average 25 years experience in the flexographic printing industry. We have a 30,000 square foot state of the art manufacturing facility located in Coatesville, PA about one hour west of Philadelphia. Being a midsized company, we are able to produce high quality products while also being able to offer the lower costs, responsive service and the flexibility of a smaller company.
Eye to detail, again a critical factor in high-quality work.
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