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Our label machines have the ability to produce almost any size custom label. If you have any questions about a specific size please give us a call or place a custom size order via the website.
Our creative team will get your artwork ready to be printed on labels, but before anything is done they will send you a digital proof to review and approve.
Whenever you get custom labels, you’ll need to take into account what type of conditions your label will face – especially if the label will be outdoors. Labels that will be in constant, direct sunlight are a labeling challenge because UV rays can make labels crack, peel, and fade. Determining which label materials to use will also depend on how long you will need the label to last. If it’s a short duration, you can get away with using less expensive materials like paper. For anything over a couple months, we recommend using durable, weatherproof materials like vinyl and polyester films since they can withstand freezing to hot temperatures and other elements like sun, chemical, and abrasion.
It is best to use high-resolution images of at least 300 DPI (dots per inch) so the labels don’t come out blurry when they’re printed. Vector files are best for producing the highest quality labels.
Yes – your labels can have a gloss and matte finish! Sections of your labels can be applied with a spot UV coating to add a matte finish to parts of glossy labels or protect aesthetic effects like accent colors, foils, textures, etc.
An ‘eye mark’ is a small rectangular printed area located near the edge of the printed flexible packaging material. A sensor on the form-fill-seal (FFS) machine reads the eye mark to identify packaging material, control the material’s position, and coordinate the separation and cutting of the flexible packaging material.