Why Go With an Inkjet Roll Label Printer?
What if you could combine the speed and efficiency of a thermal printer with the vibrancy and full-color printing capabilities of a desktop inkjet printer? With an inkjet roll printer, you can! This article will dive into the benefits of inkjet roll printers and how they can help your business grow.
For the most part, roll labels were restricted to one-color prints on thermal printers. With inkjet roll printers, though, you have the ability to produce vibrant, full-color designs. Printers like the Primera LX500 and LX1000 are the top choice when it comes to rich and vibrant colors and details because of their industry-leading inkjet technology.
They're perfect for bringing a new level of professionalism to product labels, logos, and other graphics with 16.7 million color options! Shop Primera roll printers.
One of the benefits of roll labels over sheet labels is the ability to print on demand.
From one label to five or 500, you aren't printing more than you need to finish out the page or struggling later to line up your content with what's left of a half-used sheet. At the end of the day, you won't waste any labels by leaving them blank.
By printing in larger quantities on rolls, you can lower your price-per-label. And in some models like the LX1000, you load individual ink cartridges for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, meaning you only need to replace the ink(s) you use most, saving you from replacing the rest!
With the selection of materials available in roll format, you will have no problem choosing the right option for your product or design. Whether you're looking for a strong adhesive, weatherproof coverstock, or glossy finish, there are definitely options to make sure your labels stand up to the task.
Regardless of your printing project, inkjet roll printers can get the job done. Their wide range of uses has made them extremely popular with businesses large and small. The color option makes them an exceptional tool for graphics printing and they're still great for printing shipping labels in black and white.