Labels on Rolls vs. A4 Sheet Labels
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There are thousands of purposes for labels and their use of applications. Deciding on something as straightforward as labels can be difficult. Choosing the correct label is crucial because let’s face it, original labels aren’t cheap! Take A4 labels for example: they require extra expenses for ink, it takes time to get accustomed to, and involves patience for it’s slow turn out rate. In this post, we will go over the 6 advantages of labels on roll.
...Wait, what? You're still using A4 labels as shipping labels?
Well, it's good that you found us! At Zolemba, we are all for the labels on roll lifestyle. With the help of label printers, such as Bixolon, Zebra and Godex, you can print your labels with ease and accuracy.
There many differences between the A4 Sheet Labels and Labels on Roll. With sheet labels: you must keep in mind to print in full sheet quantities, pricey ink cartridges are additionally needed, and it's a race against the machine- expect a slow processing rate.
Alternatively, and preferably, with labels on roll: you are able print on demand in bulk and/or individually, there is no extra expenses needed for ink because most labels on rolls are made of thermal material, and with most printers you able to print at high speed rates without waiting for the ink to dry!
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Zolemba specialises in thermal labels. Labels are mass produced in-house in our own production facility located in the Netherlands. Why is making our own products unique and important to know? Because this means we eliminate the middleman, allowing us to directly inspect every product hands-on without compromising the quality while providing them at all with competitive prices! In disbelief? Get your free sample* and try it for yourself!
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6 Advantages of Thermal Labels on Rolls | Why It Crushes The Label Competition
Labels on roll mainly come in direct thermal or thermal transfer material. The way the thermal process works is thermal paper (in this case labels) passes through a thermal printer head and processes an image onto the paper by heat. No smudges results in having a clean and professional outcome.
As your business grows, so does your label consumption. Labels on rolls are more cost-efficient especially if you use labels daily. When buying from a company who manufactures labels themselves, they are then able to lower the costs of the labels. Switching from A4 sheet labels to labels on roll also eliminates the pricey purchasing of ink cartridges. Since thermal labels use heat to create images and texts, ink is no longer required.
Labels on rolls function differently than A4 sheet labels. Labels on rolls can be used with desktop label writers and with industrial printers. These labels are easy to use and allows you to print on demand. This is optimal when needing to change text and formats. Great for printing barcodes, variable data and addresses.
Printing labels on demand enables to print only what is needed. This ultimately reduces the amount of labels wasted, allowing you to save more. With A4 sheet labels, more often than not, sheets are thrown out during testing and calibration. With labels on roll, you can print exactly the amount necessary without compromising an entire roll; unlike what would be the case with a sheet of A4 labels.
Every growing business knows that ‘time is money’. Print at high-speed rates with label writers that use labels on roll. Some printers can even print up to 71 labels per minute! Since more label rolls are made of thermal material, no ink is needed. This is particularly useful in time sensitive matters; you don’t need to wait for any ink to dry. You can print and apply directly. Execute any labelling task quickly and efficiently.
Labels on rolls have a variety of applications available. Ranging from shipping labels to barcodes to product labels; the list is endless. There are many sizes and formats to choose from. Adhesive types can differ from the usual permanent and removable. For example they can be as diverse as extra permanent adhesives to even freezer adhesives.
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