FasTurn Roll Labels (Full Color)
Contrary to popular belief, roll printing labels are actually more cost effective than printing label sheets. Label sheets in cost-effective bulk might seem like they cost less, but over time, their accumulated cost is 400% more than the cost of roll printing. Your business would save a significant amount of money in the long run by switching to professional roll printing for their product labels.
In the world of printing custom labels, there are two popular methods including spot color printing, and full color printing. The main difference in these two methods is in how the ink is applied during the printing process. Spot color printing is a traditional method where the colors of your design are applied individually in layers, eventually filling in all of the spots in your custom design. Full color printing is a digital method where all ink colors in your design are printed at the same time. This allows for full color matching, and a wider range of color blending abilities on custom stickers printed with this method.
Higher Quantity: Roll printing labels are faster than printing them sheet-by-sheet. By printing by the roll rather than the sheet, your labels would be produced in much larger quantities in a shorter amount of time, thus increasing your overall business productivity. Additionally, roll printing your labels produces results that are just as high quality, if not more so, than sheet printing.
Higher Quality: If you print your labels by the sheet in your own office, you may want to consider roll labels for the sake of higher quality labels alone.
More Options: Roll printing offers as many label customizations as sheet printing, if not more. Customization options include specialty papers, film and clear labels, foil stamping, water-resistant finishes, textures, matte or high-gloss finishes, permanent or removable adhesive, and more. These and other custom elements aren’t always available in sheet label printing, especially when you do it yourself.
Better Finish: One important factor in label printing that is often overlooked by the business is the labels’ finish. Most in-office sheet labels and printers don’t have the capacity to produce labels with any sort of special finish. Professional roll printing, on the other hand, can include treatments like UV varnish or laminate for extra-label protection against damage caused by things like moisture.
Better Adhesion: Most sheet labels include adhesion for easy application to the product, but that doesn’t mean it’s strong. When you get roll labels, you have different options for your labels’ adhesive. Considering the adhesive strength and its compatibility with your product packaging is incredibly important. Otherwise, the label may not apply well, resulting in peeling or curling.