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Signs, fronts, labels: All from one source

Becher industrial signage offers you the entire spectrum of industrial signage solutions for every application: ranging from technical labels to front plates, and from die cut parts to keyboard films.

We use metals, plastics and composite materials to produce industrial signage, using a variety of production methods. That is why, from us, you always get exactly the right industrial signage for your needs.

Discover our wide range of products for yourself!

 

Application

Signs

Type plates, rating plates

Type plates and rating plates identify, classify and describe your products.

Brand mark signs, emblems

Brand mark signs and emblems present your brand, your logo and your model name.

Scales, gauges, dials

Scales, gauges and dials allow one to read information from your products.

Blanks, die cut parts, functional parts

Blanks, die cut parts and functional parts are inscribed by you or are used in technical applications.

Barcode signs

Barcode signs make it possible to quickly and reliably read information on your products.

Dog license tags

Dog license fee tags are visible proof of a dog registration.

Fronts

Front plates, front panels

Front plates and front panels are the face of your product and the interface to the user.

Front films, keyboard films

Front films and keyboard films make your product stand out visually and help make operation easier.

Labels

Technical labels

Technical labels serve as product information or notice on your products for users.

Advertising labels

Advertising labels can advertise on or for your products.

Security labels

Security labels protect against re-labelling or counterfeiting.

Inscribable labels

Inscribable labels can be marked by you later as you like.

Barcode signs

Barcode labels help enhance efficiency in production, logistics and service.

Film lettering

Film lettering can be used to mark large areas on products, surfaces and vehicles.

3D labels

3D labels can enhance your branding with a premium appearance.

Material

Aluminium

Aluminium (Al) is the third most common chemical element and the most common metal in the earth's crust. It is of high importance for the production of industrial signage.

Stainless steel

Stainless steel in various alloys is used for signs, front plates, and front panels. Usually it is etched or engraved.

Brass

Industrial signage made of brass is etched or engraved and is used as signs, front plates, and front panels.

Plastics

Plastics are used as sheet material for signs, front plates, and front panels and as film material for front films, keyboard films, and labels. Plastics are also used as protective films, laminates, or casting resins.

Composite materials

Composite materials consist of at least two different materials, the surfaces of which are fully joined to one another; they are used for signs and fronts.

Production methods

Anodized

Eloxal is short for electrolytic oxidation of aluminium. Anodizing, also known as anodic oxidation, is an electrochemical process in which the surface of aluminium is converted to aluminium oxide. The dense and very hard anodized coating that is produced in the process is firmly joined to the substrate and is highly resistant to mechanical, chemical and thermal loads.

Etching

In the etching method, industrial signs are inscribed by etching out material using an etchant. Areas that are not to be etched out are covered beforehand with a resist, which protects against the etchant. Here the writing can be recessed (positive etching, deep etching) or elevated (negative etching, relief etching)

Printed, back-printed

In industrial signage that is printed the print colours are transferred to the substrate using printing methods such as screen printing, offset printing or digital printing.

Engraving

Engraving is a stock-removing method in which the industrial signage is inscribed by removing material with the help of a rotary milling tool.

Laser inscribed

Laser inscription is a method in which the industrial signage is marked by modifying the substrate with the help of an intensive laser beam.

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