Pro Tips for Your Next Label Printing Project

Label Printing

In the market for some new labels for your products? It’s now easier than ever to create high quality labels in any quantity you need. With options like metallic ink, custom/dieless cutting, and unique stocks and papers to choose from, you can customize your labels to create packaging that truly represents your brand and products. Check out these neat ideas to keep in mind for your next label printing project!

Short Runs

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Traditional label printing may be associated with high volume jobs, but today’s digital printing technology makes it possible to affordably produce short run jobs with no minimum quantity. If you’re an independent business owner or specialize in small batch products, this is the perfect solution.

 

Metallic Ink

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Metallic Dry Ink is a new product on the market that uses digital printing to mimic the look of foil. Available in gold and silver, metallic ink is a cost effective way to add a high end look to your labels. Create subtle shine that brings attention to different visual elements such as logos and product names. Since metallic ink is done with digital printing, it’s great for short runs and there are no minimums!

Custom Cutting

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Adding a unique shape or window to your label can set your product apart from the competition on store shelves. Custom cutting or “dieless” cutting is any easy way to create any shape of label you can imagine, without having to pay for the cost of a die. Create as few or as many labels as you need – dieless cutting is an extremely flexible process.

Creative Formats

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You’re not confined to the standard peel and stick format with labels – think outside the box with the different types of formats you can use. Create flagged or multi-layered labels to carry extra information, perforated, tear-away or peel-off labels for added engagement, or any other creative format to make your product a stand out.

Unique Stocks

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In addition to the visual design of your label, the stock you choose to print it on can also communicate a lot about your brand. With multiple options to choose from including gloss, matte, and clear polyester, you can select the perfect vehicle to carry your design.

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