Custom roll labels can come in practically any form and in any shape. They can range from full-color process printing for photos, illustrations, graphics and text to one color bar codes on pressure sensitive labels and tags. Roll labels are availabe in a wide range of materials, printing colors, laminating options and numbering choices. Roll labels can be made for a variety of uses as well. Roll labels can be designed and printed for many uses: indoor, outdoor, chemical resistant, water resistant, abrasion resistant, and even harsh conditions. This is in addition to making gloss labels with colors that are visually compelling.
Figure 1: Examples of color roll labels with various designs
Roll label stickers are great to use when an object requires identification with a word or idea. This is especially true with branding. Adding your company’s brand to a roll label can identify items and products as coming from your business. Roll labels have long been used as part of promotional and advertising campaigns, and political campaigns as well.
Roll labels aren’t just regulated to standard sizes and shapes — butt-cut roll labels are square cut labels which are butt-up against each other on a roll, and die-cut roll labels enable you to have a large selection of shapes to choose from. Die-cut roll labels can have ovals, squares with rounded corners, hearts, apples, stars, triangles, and many other shapes. With roll labels, you can design and print practically any kind of label to fit your every need.
Are you looking for a way to increase your brand visibility or to make your products more appealing? Then custom labels may be the way to go. Custom labels can help increase brand awareness by leaving the customer with a quality image or message to help associate the targeted product with your brand. There are many different applications for custom labels. You can use custom labels from custom decals for bottles to custom sheets of stickers.
Custom labels can be used for a variety of products. The following is a list of common applications for custom labels:
1. Asset tags – Asset tags are used to label any of your fixed assets including laptops, printers, PDA’s, PC’s, and much more.
2. Bottle Labels – Bottle labels are used to place a custom label of your design on any type of bottled product. Labels can be printed in any color or size.
3. Die Cut labels – Die cut labels are pressure sensitive labels on a release liner, where the matrix, or waste between labels, usually have been removed. Some common uses of die cut labels are CD labels, certificate or award emblems, fabric identification labels, and much more.
4. Digital Labels – Digital labels are the perfect fit if your project is of small quantity and needs very quick turnaround. Digital labels can be used for just about anything.
5. Fanfold Labels – Fanfold labels are die cut, helping to provide clean, round cornered squares and rectangles with spacing between each label.
6. Full Color Labels – Full color labels come in over 40 standard sizes and can be printed on one or both sides.
7. Graphic Overlays – Graphic overlays are computer generated text or graphics that are superimposed onto video or print.
8. Name Plates – Name plates display prominent graphics and colors that help a customer identify your product or company.
9. Packaging Labels – Packaging labels are most often used for shipping, but can also be used for other purposes such as UPC barcodes.
10. Parking Permits –Parking permits are created based upon your design onto hangtags, bumper decals, or window stickers. They are easily made and the turnaround time is quick.
11. Pre-sized Labels – Pre-sized labels come in a variety of commonly used shapes and sizes. Some common uses are mailing and shipping labels, carton labels, packaging labels, address labels and more.
12. Product Labels – Product labels are a great way to identify your product or company logo. They come in all shapes and sizes and can be designed specifically for your product.
13. Roll Labels – Roll labels are a great way to print a large number of identical labels. By using the roll method you are able to create a large number labels very efficiently.
14. Square Cut Labels – Square cut labels can be designed for more then 144 different sizes. A popular use of these labels is to cover up mistakes made on expensive material or to fit an odd space on a particular product.
15. Warning Labels – Warning labels do just what their name alludes to. They can be basic warning labels, to custom labels such as an OSHA warning label.