The New York label and sign specialist is enjoying cost and time savings while entering new markets with its Durst Tau 330.
TLF has expanded to more than 50,000 square feet of flexo, screen and digital print capacity.
The UV inkjet press runs at 157 fpm.
TLF Graphics purchased the very press they first saw demonstrated at Labelexpo 2014 in Chicago.
For finishing inline, a Spartanics 1000-watt laser delivers superior cut quality on a wide range of substrates.
TLF's ownership group, from left, partners Ron LeBlanc, Bob McJury and Dan Wagner.
For converting and finishing, TLF uses equipment from AB Graphic International.
In addition to labels and product decoration, TLF Graphics has extensive screen printing capability.
McJury inspects one of the company's sign printing jobs.
The addition of the Durst Tau 330 has opened up new markets for TLF, food and beverage in particular.