Materials and Processes


McLoone’s processes and substrate options give the flexibility to work with most product specifications. And if you’re starting without specs, our team will work to create unique and durable solutions that will hold up in real-world conditions.

Quality You Can Trust 

Backed by decades of experience in printing and manufacturing, you can be sure the quality of your product carries through to your brand identification. Rely on McLoone’s diverse capabilities and extensive manufacturing experience as a critical part of your supply chain.


All products are custom designed to meet your specific needs and perform throughout the life of the product. We’ll work with you to identify the appropriate substrate whether indoor or outdoor application.

Aluminum, brass and steel are durable options for nameplates, ID tags and panels. 

See Why Aluminum is the  Metal of Choice for Nameplates 

Polycarbonate, polyester and vinyl are economical materials for labels, decals and overlays. 

Defining the right substrate for product identification takes an understanding of its end use environment and application. From warning labels and ID plates to attention grabbing nameplates and overlays, all your product identification needs can be met with diverse substrate options from a single source.

Get the Nameplate Substrate Guide


Digital Printing on Plastic
Full Color Imaging
Roll-to-roll Capability
Variable Data for bar codes, sequential numbers and QR codes

Screen Printing
First and Second Surface Printing on Plastic
First Surface Printing on Metal
Opaque, Transparent or Metallic Color on Metal and Plastic
Backlit and Deadfront Graphics on Plastic
Patterns, Textures and Gloss Changes on Metal and Plastic
Variable Data for Bar Codes, Sequential Numbers and QR Codes on Metal and Plastic 

Injection Molding
Kit Packing


How Can We Help?

We will work with you to find the right solution for all your product identification needs.

Nameplates with Staying Power eBook reviews secure adhesive options for nameplates and labels

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