New continuous roll product line addresses limitations of die-cut rolls.
For many, the length of the label in their dedicated roll printer is a constraint. Font size needs to be changed, line breaks need to be added, and images need to be resized in order to fit a specific label size. Say goodbye to this hassle with continuous roll labels from OnlineLabels.com.
OnlineLabels.com is one of the world's largest online label retailers and manufacturers. Its new product line of continuous roll labels allows business owners, office staff, retailers, and order fulfillment teams to print variable data without having to switch out rolls. Items like barcodes, shipping labels, product contents, and more can be run on-demand with the assistance of their dedicated label printer's tear bar.
"We want to stay ahead of the demand for dedicated label printer supplies," said Dave Carmany, president of OnlineLabels.com. "As our customers grow their businesses, OnlineLabels.com will be there with a variety of labeling products and tools to meet their needs."
Available in various widths, lengths, core sizes, facesheets, and adhesives, the uncut continuous label rolls give users the necessary flexibility. They can be implemented across a range of industries including industrial, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical.
"It's pertinent that organizations have the best supplies on-hand to organize, ship, brand, or otherwise run their business," said Carmany. "We're excited to bring these new products to an audience that is growing so rapidly and to continually serve the needs of our customers."
Thermal Uncut Rolls: Labels on 1 inch and 3 inch cores, between 2-4 inches in width, up to 515 feet in length. Available in three popular materials: standard, removable, and weatherproof. Ideal for shipping, barcoding, inventory management, and more.
Inkjet Uncut Rolls: Labels on 2 inch and 3 inch cores, between 2-4 inches in width, up to 220 feet in length. Four material options available: matte, gloss, weatherproof matte, and weatherproof gloss. Ideal for full-color printing.
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