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InkJet Labels (Die Cut)

Model #: Die cut inkjet

In this area you can choose Inkjet labels pre cut for you.

 

We have thousands of label sizes/roll sizes etc for you to choose from. We have listed the most common ones here.

We can make any size, on any size core and put as many per roll as you need. If it's not listed just ask!

 

The labels on this page have a 76mm core and are for these common printers

Epson CW-C6010A, EPSON CW-6510A, Epson TMC7500, Primera LX810, LX900, LX1000 and LX2000, VIP Color VP485 and VP700, Colordyne CDT1600C

 

We have a comprehensive range of materials here is a brief description of each one.

~We can send you some sample material to test~

Gloss Paper - Permanent Adhesive. This is a great general-purpose label. the gloss finish makes the colours appear more intense.

Matt Paper - Permanent Adhesive.The matte finish of the label creates a flatter matte finish.

Matt Paper - Removable Adhesive. The adhesive of this label is removable meaning you can remove the label more easily when required.

Matt Synthetic - Permanent Adhesive. This label material is synthetic polypropylene this means it cannot be torn easily at all in both directions and will only stretch a small amount if stretched. This is commonly used where labels have to go outside and be exposed to water. Common uses are plant nurseries, hardware stores, asset labels etc. Label material is not suitable for long term outdoor exposure. **

Gloss Synthetic - Permanent Adhesive. This label material is gloss synthetic polypropylene this means it cannot be torn easily at all in both directions and will only stretch a small amount if stretched. This is commonly used where labels have to go outside and be exposed to water. Common uses are plant nurseries, hardware stores, asset labels etc. Label material is not suitable for long term outdoor exposure. **

PET Synthetic Gloss - Permanent Adhesive. This is a premium synthetic gloss material. PET basically means Polyester. PET is a stronger material and works better in extended periods of direct sunlight than the polypropylene as it has better UV stabilisation. PET will not stretch at all so keeps its shape longer. The difference between PET and polypropylene only shows in extreme conditions. Common usage for PET is with jewellery labels (under hot lights) and long-term usages under a hot sun. Label material is better for long term outdoor exposure. **

** These materials are suitable for Pigment and water-based inks. The fading and deterioration of the printed image is determined by the ink and printing. You need to carry out your own tests to determine how long your printed image will last in outdoor or wet conditions.

 

 

Please choose from all fields to get pricing on the size and material you need.

Ideal quantity is 1.
A $25 premium applies.

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