Why we love custom roll labels, and you should too
Whether you’re labels are hand or machine applied it’s vital to use the correct label material for your product. While there are a vast amount of materials that we use to produce our labels, out of, the finishing, or how they are supplied can be equally as important in the appliance stage – especially for you, the consumer. While production is easier for us as well, as machines churn out label after label in a roll, you are the one who benefit’s the most. Here are some reasons why roll labels should be your go-to:
1. They’re Compact – Having a compact roll instead of sheets of labels makes everything easier. Instead of having a mess of sheets that you have to keep track of, you get a nicely cylindrical mechanism filled with all of your labels. This way, you won’t lose any labels.
2. Simply “Roll and Dole” – Using the roll makes manual appliance incredibly easy. A team of just a few people can label hundreds of products in a couple of hours once they get in the “roll and dole” groove. With a roll, one can just turn, peel the label off, and apply it to the product and it’s ready to go. For machine use, the roll does all of the work, applying labels with each turn and peel.
3. Machine Application- Virtually every automated label application system requires labels on a roll to dispense them effectively. Let us know what unwind specifications your machine requires and we will custom finish the rolls to those specs. Larger rolls require less down time to change rolls and also minimize waste. Use our wind position chart to reference how you want your labels wound.
4. Order To Your Pleasing – With roll labels, we can produce exact numbers of labels. Instead of having to fill perfect sheets of labels, we can print one by one on the strip of roll paper. This way, you can tell us, your label manufacturer, that you want 437 labels, and they can do it for you on the dot.
5. Find Strength in Your Labels – as opposed to sheet labels, which can rip or get bent in odd ways, the roll will stay in a dense package. This prevents it from being torn or bent. Assuredly, your labels with all look pristine and will peel and stick without a problem at all times.
All labels have their pro’s and con’s, but picking roll labels over other forms is a sure bet. Its benefits greatly outweigh its minimal faults. The only time a sheet label would be better would be if you want to hand out many sheets at a time – potentially if you have a large team working on labeling or want to give some away from promotional reasons. Regardless, United Label Corporation is here for you to determine the perfect type of label for you, from material to form to quantity.