Thermal transfer printing on blank/ plain labels
In general, you will be provided with product-specific information there. It may involve information on coding, addressing, filling weight or durability. As this information is collected just prior to labelling, it is characteristic of blank labels that the layout is printed by the user himself.
For blank labels there are two common ways to create this print layout.
On the one hand, the user can print the label with the thermal transfer printing process. In this case, the user will need a thermal transfer printer and the corresponding thermal transfer ribbons. The advantage of this method is a very stable and durable printing result.
On the other hand, there is the possibility to print the blank label with the direct thermal printing process. The label material, such as thermal top coated paper, is sensitive to temperature, and is directly printed on by a thermal printer. The advantage of this method is that no other consumables are required for printing.
Material of blank/plain labels
At the basis for the unprinted plain abel is the material selected. For blank labels, you basically have a large choice of paper or film material. Our materials offer excellent quality, stability and have a high thermal sensitivity. We manufacture blank labels from different label papers and PP film. The material used does not always have to be white. To increase optical impact, we can also produce blank labels from fluorescent or metallised paper. The adhesive is also an important factor for the durability of the label. Again, you have a wide range of choices here according to your needs - from permanent to removable adhesives. You can also order your non-printed labels from us with additional lettering or company logo.