Lettering and Logos

With an individually marked flight case you can create an unmistakeable image. Use this possibility to promote your company to others. ProCase will support you in the creation and realisation of your logo on your case.

Corporate identity lettering

There are many possibilities to put your logo on your case: decisive is how you want your logo to appear (colourfulness, shape and size) as well as the type of lettering to suit the purpose (presentations, rock concerts or logistics).

Lettering processes

Just send us your logo by email and we will give you a recommendation for implementing the printing of it on your flight case.

Foil cut

Foil cut

The foil cut process delivers a sharp, brilliant result onto the case surface. It is suitable for a single or dual colour logo (Vector graphic). Foil cuts are the cheapest possibility to affix logos on low quantity case orders. Foil cut logos can also be retro-affixed. We at ProCase use a special high-quality type foil which has a long life on the case surface.

Digital printing

Digital printing

Digitally printed stickers offer almost unlimited possibilities for that unmistakeable and individual presence. Your case will be a real treat for the eyes.

Silk screen printing

Silk screen printing

Silk screen printing is recommended for printing large quantities of the same case. There will be a one-off surcharge for the silk screen printing of cases. The silk screen print is indelible and durable.

Roller printing

Roller printing

Template roller printing is mainly used for printing marking codes. Edge sharpness and colour saturation cannot be held exactly. It gives only the appearance of quality, thus used only for simple printing purposes. It is used mainly for coding marking. Cases can be retro-marked with a template. The colour is durable and only indelible to a certain extent. The individually-made templates, from aluminium or oil cartons carry the text in block letters to DIN A 1451. The height of the letters are 30mm, 50mm or 100mm.

Milled Logo

Milled logo

Milled logos: the logo is milled in the case surface using CNC technology to give an extremely good optical effect. The milling is, of course, permanent but is not suitable for all logos and the logo must be in a vector graphic format. Mostly logos are milled in with interior racks, inlay trays and moveable partition walls. Marking is mainly for lettering of initials, not for logos themselves.