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Edge Stickers is a UK sticker printer, making personalised stickers to your exact requirements.
We have a wide range of production technologies at our disposal, including inkjet, screen printing, thermal and litho, and can cater for both short-run and long-run jobs. We use quality self-adhesive vinyl that is suitable for outdoor use in all weather conditions and can print in high-resolution up to 1600dpi. We also have machines that can print white, metallic colours, and full colour process CMYK colours.
Since we specialised in custom sticker printing, we can produce stickers of any size or shape. For short-run jobs we normally print on digital inkjet machines, kiss-cutting your stickers to shape, leaving multiple stickers on a single sheet. For large run jobs we have the option of screen printing, and die-cutting your stickers as individuals. However, we are never confined to a single production method and will choose the most appropriate one for your order.
We also offer one of the largest choice of sticker types in the UK, printing anything from a floor sticker to a window sticker. Our full range of sticker types include asset labels, metallic print, transparent, white print, car stickers, laminated stickers and much, much more.
The sticker printing service offered by Edge Stickers will stand the test of time in a wide range of environmental conditions. The self-adhesive vinyl that we use is water resistant, with our inks having colour fastness properties that do not fade through years of UV light from the sun.
The adhesive we use is a professional grade, ensuring these stickers remain in place for years to come.
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Edge Stickers is a longstanding sticker printer, having operated in the UK for over 30 years.
We focus on the production of quality self-adhesive vinyl stickers, suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
We use a wide range of self-adhesive materials along with durable inks. Since 1987 we have produced millions of colour stickers of every size and description. Through years of practice and experience we are able to offer a depth of knowledge unrivalled in the UK sticker industry.
Before, during and after the ordering process we are happy to share our knowledge of sticker and decal printing with you, ensuring you receive a first class service, on time and to the standards you expect.
A range of quality controls are built into our production process, from artwork proofs, to production checks and validations. From the moment your order is received one of our team will be on hand to oversee your order through artwork and production.
We strongly advise not to be fooled into buying cheap stickers to save a few pounds. You will lose money in the long run this way. You will end up being very disappointed and waste a lot of money.
Always choose a reputable sticker printer with many years experience.
Thousands of customers can't be wrong. Time and time again our customers (from the UK and Europe) tell us we are doing a great job as the UK’s favourite sticker printer, manufacturing high quality personalised printed stickers at affordable prices - whether that be surface stickers, window, floor or large format stickers.
Our customers are of every possible description, from small businesses to large multinationals. Blue chip brands, Radio stations, manufacturers, Hire companies, Charities and membership organisations all use our sticker printing service to promote their message or help create brand awareness. Our wide variety printed stickers can be seen working for their brands throughout the length and breadth of the country.
On a like-for-like basis we offer some of the most competitive within the UK sticker printing industry.
Most of the stickers on our website can be directly ordered online by going to our custom stickers ordering page. Prices can be obtained instantly via the price calculator, and ordering is simple and secure through our user-friendly checkout process.
Using our online ordering tool simply enter the required options such as size, quantity, shape, finish, presentation etc. and then click on ‘Calculate’ to be presented with an immediate price.
Our price calculator has in-built discounts, so that the more you order the less you pay per sticker. To save you even more money, you are also able to have multiple artwork designs within the same order.
For price enquiries beyond a certain size, our special Trade Rates apply. You will be prompted to contact us either by phone or email to discuss your enquiry. You’ll find this feature on the pricing calculator, when your pricing enquiry size qualifies you to these special rates.
Our online pricing tool and trade discounts offered allows us to remain a clear favourite amongst manufacturers, retailers, fleet managers, charities, media, and membership associations of every description throughout the UK.
When you place an order with us, it is treated as a completely unique request.
For us, service is everything, and we’ve grown our business through the core principle of putting the customer first. Each request we receive from customers for prices, samples or short deadline print requirements is met by enthusiasm, and our can-do attitude.
Our regular customers are looked after by their own personal Account Manager. It’s this relationship that helps us understand our customers and for to advise them on all aspects of sticker printing. Our aim is to build great customer/supplier relationships.
Whatever the extent of your advertising or promotional project we have the knowledge, skills and ability to help you.
Whilst our most common request is for regular vinyl surface stickers, our wide variety of screenprinting, litho and wide format digital printing services enable us to offer so much more.
We regularly produce printed stickers in huge volumes from 1000’s to 100,000’s in quantity. Print size isn’t an issue to us either. We produce stickers of absolutely any size needed, whether it’s measured in mm’s or metres.
We are able to offer a wide range of specialist sticker finishes too, such as fluorescent, metallic, transparent, screen-printed, die-cut and extra-wide format stickers. We also produce vast quantities of labels on a roll, sticker sheets, reflective stickers, floor graphics stickers and a whole lot more.
What is CMYK or full colour sticker printing?
We often are asked to supply quotes with reference made to the artwork being printed in CYMK, or Full Colour printing.
So what’s the difference between CYMK and Full colour printing?…it’s a very simple answer, there isn’t one, it’s just two ways of describing the same thing!
‘Full Colour’ is how some would describe a piece of print, that isn’t necessarily a ‘full colour’ print. It may well be printed in what are described as spot colours, pantone colours or pms individually matched colours.
The term ‘CYMK’ is an abbreviation of ‘Cyan, Yellow, Magenta and blacK’, which are the four colours used in the 4 colour process printing process. From these four transparent colours, virtually any colours can be made.
So, following this logic, you could actually print a nice rich bright colour, in either a colour of ink mixed like paint in a tin, or by printing varying degrees of the 4 colour process colours, to make what looks to the naked eye as the blue colour you hope for.
The big difference in printing terms, is that the first method is a single colour print job…the second method makes it a four colour process job. The end result might look similar, but as far as producing the job goes, the one colour job will be far cheaper than the four colour version to produce. The old adage that ‘a little knowledge is a dangerous thing’ couldn’t be more applicable to print, and in many cases expense could be saved…if only more accurate detail was available to quote against!
Desk top printers that we all have sat on our desks now make the printing of our photographs, email attachments etc on paper so simple. Print copy-shops, and other small scale printers, can very easily print off a few leaflets, posters or business cards on a scaled up version of a desk top printer.
However, not all ordering of print…and especially when you move away from basic paper, is quite that simple.
Your printer can only give you an estimate, or quote for a job, based on the information you provide. Some well meaning print-buyers give descriptions and specifications for jobs that can only be described as ‘open to interpretation’ at best!
Here’s an example of a scenario that is all too common:
Customer: ‘Please can you quote me for 5,000 stickers, printed in full colour, on white self-adhesive vinyl. Size A4?’
Us: ‘No problem…could we just clarify what the design looks like please? It’ll make the price more accurate for you. Perhaps you could email us the artwork over to have a quick look at?’
Customer: ‘Of course…as I say, it’s full colour. I’ll send the artwork now’
Us: ‘Many thanks for sending the design over…are the stickers only to be printed in blue & red, like the artwork…and not full colour?
Customer: ‘Yes, that’s right…full colour…red and blue’
Unfortunately in a case like this, unless time is taken to help guide the customer through the various possibilities of print production, the quoted price may be far more than it needed to be.
At Edge Stickers, we have various methods of producing virtually every description of printed self adhesive vinyl sticker.
We’ll work with you to go the extra mile to ensure that we choose the correct print process for your work, and it’s end use.