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This month in Label-Talk, we discuss our new products and some of their applications. Also, read about the benefits of digital printing. Make sure to visit us at the SouthPack show in Orlando from March 16-17!
 

I.D. Images' Team

 

 

New Products

 

To fit our customers' growing needs, we have added seven new products to our stock product list. Here is a breakdown of the new products and their most common applications.

  • 4" x 8" thermal transfer fanfold: used for larger barcode labels, box labels, and wrap around box labels.
  • 4" x 2" direct thermal standard fanfold: used for shipping labels and barcode labels.
  • 4" x 2", 4" x 3", and 4" x 6" direct thermal standard with sensing mark on a 0.75" core: used with mobile printers for warehousing, distribution, retail, and shipping.
  • 4" x 2" and 4" x 6.5" direct thermal standard on a 1" core: used with desktop printers for shipping or warehousing applications

For information on ordering these products or for additional applications, please contact us at 866.516.7300 or at customerservice@idimages.com.

 

 

The Benefits of Digital Printing

 

digital labelsMost of our custom labels are produced on flexographic presses. However, there are several cases when digital printing is a much cheaper alternative. Digital printing avoids plate charges and has a much quicker setup for a short to medium run of labels. It also allows for variable text and imagery and has a very high quality output. You would want to choose digital when you have a need for several variations of the same label, need process color, or do not have high enough quantities to afford printing plates. The price per label is often higher with digital, but for smaller quantities it is worth the savings on the plate charges. For example, if you have a product that needs several variations of labels, such as a beauty supply product, a food, or a beverage, using digital printing would be much cheaper than having plates made for each different label. Digital printing would also be best for parking tags, discount labels, static clings or any retail labels that either have variations or need to have a very high quality image. Contact us for more information on our digital printing.

 

 

Trends & Industry News


Nutrition Facts to appear on meat and poultry labels

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is making important nutritional information readily available to consumers on 40 of the most popular cuts of meat and poultry products... 

Source: Packaging Digest

API outlines trends driving thin film PET price rises

Spiralling raw material prices combined with a severe tightening of supply as PET producers increasingly target the electronics rather than packaging sectors are pressures driving up thin film material costs...
Source: Decision News Media SAS

 

 

We offer free product samples on all of our stock products.  We recommend product testing to determine product suitability for any given application.  Call us today at 330.220.7300 for your next label opportunity.