Manufacturing Processes

Screen Printing

Screen Printing is a stenciling technique used to apply inked images to a wide variety of substrates. Using a stencil, or a series of stencils, the ink is distributed onto the desired area by being pressed through a porous screen.

Ensel has years of experience with the screen printing process. Currently, our semi-automatic and high-speed screen printing machines provide excellent performance on final products, such as graphic overlays and membrane switches.

Our focus is to offer competitive products of the lowest prices and highest quality.

We have the capability to match the color you want to meet customer color requirements.

Digital Printing

Digital printing is the best option for printing intricate designs on substrate films where the small visual details are critical or photos need to be printed as the final design.

Our current Mimaki digital printer provides an excellent adhesion and accurate reproduction of digital files.

Its technology offers exceptional printing quality.


This kind of process is considered when some areas of the graphic overlay or membrane switch need to be raised so that the users can feel the feedback of the key that is pressed.

Embossing is used for aesthetic purposes as well as functional uses in industries.

There are different types of embossing that can be done:

  • Polydome

  • Rail

  • Pillow

Die Cutting

Specific tools are required for die cutting. Most often, a steel rule die is assembled onto custom carved wood that is attached to a press.

This form of cutting offers the repeatability needed for medium and large runs.

Advantages are:

  • Uniformity

  • Low cost

  • Speed

  • Different Shapes

Laser Cutting

One of the best options to cut materials where critical dimensions are specified as a requirement.

Laser cutting allows us to cut materials of any thickness into any shape without compromising the quality.

It provides precision cutting and it's ideal for short runs.

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