A gasket is a mechanical seal that fills the space between two objects, which prevent leakage between the two objects under compression. Gaskets are commonly made by cutting from sheet materials, such as rubber, silicone, metal, neoprene, gasket paper, fiberglass or plastic polymer. They are also used in anti-vibration, and electrical insulation applications.
Gaskets come in many different designs, shapes, colors, and thickness. View more about gaskets here.
During the 1920’s to the 1940’s, Water Slide Decals were used in early automotive and marine industries. It was an easy method of marking products in mass production without having to apply wet ink to the product during its manufacture, saving time. Today, Water Slide Decals are first produced by either a screen print or digital process, then the decals have two simple but critical materials to incorporate. The first is a gum glue paper that the decals will be printed on. The glue is water soluble and the back of the paper is porous. The second material involved is the clear coat or ‘cover coat’ that is equivalent to a pre-mask on a vinyl decal. After the printing is completed and dried it is ready for application. The decal is immersed in warm water and the glue softens in seconds allowing the decal to “slide” off the paper and on to the product. The water is gently squeezed out of the decal and left to set-up in its finished position to dry. Soaking the decal too long will soften the ink and the clear cover coat, possibly destroying it.
SGIA stands for Specialty Graphic Imaging Association, which recognizes individuals who have contributed to the technical growth and/or advancement of the screen and digital printing industry.
Bovie Printing & Fabrication has been a member of SGIA for 40 years.
Bovie Printing & Fabrication would like to congratulate Thomas Campbell for creating the new “Zip Line” logo for the MTA City transit buses. The Route 9 is the express buses that will go to Nashua, Goffstown, Hooksett, Bedford, and Concord.
Thomas started as an intern from Manchester Community College and then was hired on as our Graphic Designer/Marketing Assistant.
The Manchester Union Leader did a full article on the new rebranding - http://www.unionleader.com/Manchester-begins-rebranding-of-bus-fleet
Dip Jar, and electronic tipping and donation appliance have chosen Bovie Printing and Fabrication for their product marking. The company's device allows customers to tip for great service using a credit card. It is also used to receive donations for charitable and medical associations.The company personalizes the units for the end users, in quantities of 50 to 1000. The markings use the Dip Jar logo and the name of the sponsor.
Since 1950 we have made it a goal to present our company in a concise, professional way. Over the years, changing our logo and adding different variations has happened. We recognize what is required of us to continue to stay up to date with the busy times we all live in. This involves updating our companies presence and streamlining our passion for quality, reliability, and integrity.
Therefore we are proud to announce a new original logo. Along with this new logo, we have installed an updated sign at our manufacturing plant on 4 Northeast Ave, Bow, N.H. 03304. We thank everyone who collaborated in the effort to update our company's presence and wish everyone success in furthering their work experience.
For over 67 years Bovie Printing And Fabrication has been a leading manufacturer of Membrane Switches, a product widely used in appliance, medical, and the electronics industry. Membrane Switches offer an economical alternative to mechanical switches because they allow for graphic overlay design, and can facilitate brand marking. A typical Membrane Switch is constructed in the following layers: