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    Printing on round cardboard cores.

    Does any have a good way of printing on Cores to put digital prints in?

    I have seen them basically I do a lot of digital printing and ship out daily. Would be cool to have a core with our logos printed on them.

    Any suggest anything?

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    You need to get it d from the core manufacturer itself, or print on a paper and stick it around the core

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    Printing on cores

    Printing on tubular objects is frequently d by Silk-printing, the (flat) screen moves horizontally, while the tubular object is rotated.
    Pad printing is also possible, but there will be limitations on the size of the printed area.
    Cores may be laminated in production while in spiral motion, with pre-printed paper, but
    this will only make (economic) sense for comparatively large numbers of cores.

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