A trouble free paper label stock eliminating jams caused by gummy buildup! These labels are designed specifically to cope with the mechanical and imaging demands of digital color laser printers. The labels provide a high resolution brilliant photo-like color reproduction and are full bleed capable. The release liner features excellent lay flat qualities but still gives the required flexibility needed for processing through color copiers. The rubber based adhesive provides a permanent adhesion to most commonly labeled substrates. Recommended for application to most papers, metals, painted surfaces, glass, polyolefins, hard plastics and uncoated cardboard.
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You may have noticed by now the majority of the labels we supply do not have a crack back or slit on the carrier sheet, instead we offer kiss cut labels. A kiss cut label is created when a sharp metal die
or laser cuts a very light impression around the perimeter of the label's desired shape. This impression cuts through the face stock peel-off material but not through the backing material. Usually this is the preferred method, eliminating the chance of adhesive ooze weeping through the crack backing. However, the lack of a crack backing becomes a problem when a larger full sheet label is cut down to smaller sizes. This can cause difficulty in separating the label from the backer. To help overcome this issue we supply several label sheets with pre scored face stocks. The idea is, if the desired finished size label is laid out in such a way that the score is used as one of the labels finished edges. When the sheet is cut down, leave some extra material on that edge to form a tab. This then allows the user to simply peel the backing away in one piece.