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LEXAN®

Lexan® labels are used for a variety of reasons, one of which is its high durability, and another of which is due to the look of the label. These labels can be made in many surface finishes, and can come in various thicknesses that range from as thin as .005" to as thick as .020". Lexan®, or polycarbonate as it is sometimes called, can give you a label that is both stylish and durable at the same time. These labels are ideal for uses that expose these to intensive use and changing environmental conditions. These are UV resistant, making them ideal for use outdoors and are resistant to both abrasions and certain chemicals. The use of polycarbonate for these labels allows for the creation of tags that are very precise, since each label can be die cut to user specifications (up to tooling tolerances of no less than .010 inches). Lexan® is a prime choice for when you need high temperature resistant and very versatile labels for your company's needs. This label can be used in applications that require a tag that has mechanical strength, optical clarity, and chemical resistance. To find out what thickness will best work with what you need, do not hesitate to contact us with your questions and we will be happy to help you with your Lexan™ Label needs.

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DOMED

Domed labels, as the name suggests, are labels with a domed top. The domed appearance of these labels come from the application of a clear polurethane resin that not only adds a protective coating to the label underneath, but also gives it a 3-Dimensional look that is very eye-catching. Doming is a great way to enhance product labels since this gives your company's tags that added protective coating that makes it resistant to numerous harsh conditions and substances. Aside from this, it also makes your brand stand out more since the dome top makes the label underneath pop. These tags are made in a few simple yet precise steps to create the kind of label that is sure to help increase brand familiarity and popularity. The first step involves the creation of the tag, which can be made from any of the available metal nameplate and label materials that can be found here. The next step involves the drying or curing of the print on the label or tag. These tags need to be dried thoroughly for the best possible results. The final step is the application of liquid polyurethane, which is then allowed to set into its signature dome shape. These labels are used for so many applications, some of which include branding tags on kitchen appliances, machinery, equipment, and even sports accessories like helmets and golf bags. You can also find these tags being used for promotional purposes, with such labels being handed out as stickers at events like trade shows and product launches.

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VINYL

Vinyl is another of the more popular materials people seek out when they want to have labels created. This popularity comes with a good reason, and that is because of the versatility of this particular material. Vinyl is a type of plastic that is derived from crude oil, and essentially synthetic but comes from natural substances. Also called Polyvinyl Chloride, or PVC, vinyl is a material that was invented in 1920. From the time of invention till today, it has become the second most manufactured plastic worldwide, and is also the second most sold plastic resin too. Vinyl comes with many properties that make it ideal for many uses. For starters, it is resistant to humidity and moisture. It is also a very durable type of plastic, which is probably why many people choose to use it for their labeling needs. Aside from these characteristics, this plastic material is also cost effective, can be manufactured in many different colors, and can even come in a clear variant. One thing some people may not know about vinyl is that this material is actually environmentally friendly. This is because of the fact that vinyl is recyclable. Another reason why this material is considered Earth-friendly is due to the fact that it is derived from natural, renewable substances, like salt. While part of vinyl does come from crude oil, which is considered non-renewable, the amount of this substance in the product is rather small. And since this material is recyclable, there is not that much need to create more of this substance for the needs of those who require vinyl for their many applications.

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ALUMINUM FOIL

Aluminum foil is one of the materials used in the creation of labels, and is considered a prime choice when you need to create labels that can withstand varying temperatures, and adverse weather conditions. Aluminum foil can be used in very cold environments and very hot areas too. This material is also non-combustible and flame-resistant, and does not produce any toxic fumes even when exposed to high heat. This is why labels made using this are often chosen by companies for applications that place such tags in such situations. Aluminum foil as a material for your labels is a good choice when you require a label that has a metallic look, lightweight, and cost-effective. It is also a great choice when you know your labels will be used in varying conditions, and when you require a versatile and durable label for such conditions. This particular material type is great for the creation of asset and inventory tags, calibration labels, serial number tags, and many more. Since aluminum foil is non-magnetic and does not spark, it is also a great choice for a lot of high-voltage applications and for use with electronic devices. It is also a good option for when you need a metallic looking tag but do not want the weight and the thickness that often comes with metal nameplates.

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POLYESTER (MYLAR®)

Also called Mylar, Polyester film, when used as a material for label creation, is a durable and highly versatile medium to work with. Polyester is a great material to use when labels need to be made because of its flexibility and chemical resistance. Aside from these characteristics, this particular material comes in many variants to suit your many labeling and tagging needs. These sheets come in thicknesses ranging from a very thin .003 inches to a reasonably thick .010 inches. This can also come in various general types that include plain, anti-static, metallized, barrier coated, and adhesion treated. Mylar sheets can also come in a few different finishes, which include clear, black, white and various levels of haze. These can also come in custom colors as well as in matte finishes. Aside from the creation of durable labels, polyester (Mylar) sheets can be used for a variety of other applications. These can be used for packaging, die-cutting and for the creation of protective overlays. This material is well suited for both industrial and commercial applications because of its many benefits. This material is not only durable but also heat resistant, non-yellowing, electrical resistant, and does not tear easily. It also last long and does not become brittle over time or due to exposure to the many elements it comes in contact with.

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ROLL PRINTED PAPER LABELS

Our Roll Printed paper labels are available in several stock materials, colors, and sizes for the fastest turnaround and most competitive pricing. Fanfolded and perforated layouts are also available for your custom computer needs. Mailing labels are also available in preformatted sizes.

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