VISSTUN® SHOWCASES HI-DEFINITION CUP MANUFACTURING PROCESS
Visstun® has put together a behind the scenes video to show how its visually stunning plastic cups and containers are manufactured. Customers can watch the birth of an idea throughout its creation.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (March 19, 2015) – Visstun® has created an online video tour, featuring the process of how reusable plastic and disposable paper cups and containers are made. The video begins with the birth of an idea, through the design and ordering process, and then demonstrates the step-by-step manufacturing process.
Visstun’s exclusive technique first prints the images on flat sheets, then the cups are formed with custom designed cup forming machines. This is how Visstun® is able to achieve such vivid, Hi-Definition graphics, with low minimums, and quick turnarounds.
“Visstun® is the only company in the world utilizing this unique manufacturing process for clear plastic cups. We are extremely proud of our quality and process that make our products available to companies of all sizes.” Said Jennifer LeBarron, Director of Administrative Operations. “This video really highlights how Visstun’s unique capabilities can help take a customer’s branding to the next level.”
Visstun® is a Las Vegas based custom cup manufacturer specializing in Hi-Definition, 4-Color Process cups. Visstun® offers reusable, top-shelf dishwasher safe Clear & White plastic cups and single use paper Hot & Cold cups. Visstun’s unique approach to printing and manufacturing enables company’s packaging, amusement parks, movie theaters, sports stadiums, and other food & beverage venues of all sizes to create that big brand look that drives business and generates repeat customers. Whether customers need 1,000 cups for a start-up or 10 million cups for an annual program, Visstun’s photo quality printing, crisp detail, and vivid color helps them stand out from the competition.
Founded in 2006, Visstun® launched the world’s first Hi-Definition convolute cups. This unique, state-of-the-art technology improved traditional cup imprinting methods by first printing high-quality images on flat polypropylene sheets and then forming them into cups on custom-engineered machinery. The result is a line of visually stunning plastic and paper cups.