Whether or not you are overprinting your labels your first choice is how they are to be presented
ROLL: Both plain suitable for thermal printers or pre-printed.
FANFOLDED: With or without sprockets depending on your printer; plain or pre-printed.
SHEET – Usually A4 for use in a laser/inkjet printer; also in other sheets sizes and as singles.
NAMEPLATE – Supplied in singles for heavy duty use.
PAPER – Available in a variety or finishes: matt; semi-gloss or full gloss, also metallic faced.
SYNTHETIC – For more durable or outdoor purposes such as polypropylene, polyester, vinyls & acetate in a selection of finishes matt, gloss, metallic & transparent. Also for use as a clear laminate to protect the label.
METAL – Such as brass or anodised aluminium for nameplates.
PERMANENT – Standard for adhering to paper and boxes. Special for more difficult purposes such as freezer use and outdoor storage.
PEELABLE – For when you want to remove the label easily without damaging what it has been stuck to.
DIGITAL – Especially suitable for short run and multiple sorts it has the advantage of having low set up and origination costs.
FLEXO – For longer print runs upto four colour process and spot colours.
Both print types offer full barcode and numbering options static and sequential.