Blank and Plain Labels

THERMAL TRANSFER VS DIRECT THERMAL

With THERMAL TRANSFER printing, the printer requires a ribbon that is fed through the printer alongside the label that is utilised in order to apply heat and transfer the design. Heat is applied to the ribbon which subsequently transfers both the wax and the resin to the label. Due to the durability of this method, it makes for an excellent technique when it relates to high-density labels or barcodes.

Unlike thermal transfer, DIRECT THERMAL doesn’t need a ribbon to print the labels. The labels are fed through the printer, it applies heat directly onto the label. The label is heated and, through a chemical reaction, the heated areas darken. Making them ideal for food labels.

Blank and Plain Labels
The labels measure 50.1 mm wide x 25 mm deep.These Gold Labels are ideal for address labels BUT they have many other uses too.They come packed flat.Can easily be written on in biro or pencil.Permanent adhesive.
From:£3.49
The labels measure 50 mm wide x 25.1mm deep. These Yellow Labels are ideal for address labels BUT they have many other uses too. They come packed flat. Can easily be written on in biro or pencilPermanent adhesive.
From:£4.25
The labels measure 50.1 mm wide x 25 mm deep.These Gold Thermal Transfer Labels are ideal for address labels BUT they have many other uses too.This product comes on rolls with a 38 mm core.Permanent Adhesive.***These are Thermal Labels SO require a ribbon to print if using them in a printer***
From:£6.49