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GENERAL INFORMATION: Labels Adhesive Side Printing Adhesive side printing offers the option of printing on both sides of the label. Not available on removable stock. Backwards Copy Backwards copy offers a unique option for sticker placement on the inside of windows, allowing it to be used in storefront windows or in vehicles for car permits. The text or image is printed backwards, allowing the label to be applied on the inside of a window yet remain readable from the outside. Bleed A bleed is a printed image that extends off the edge of the paper. Artwork should exceed 1⁄16" beyond the label size on all sides. Example: Artwork for a 2" x 3" label with bleeds on all four sides would measure 2⅛" x 3⅛". Copy Position Also known as the unwind, copy position signifies which direction the copy comes off the roll. This is critical for machine applied labels. 1 2 3 4 LABELS 5 6 7 8 Core Size Core size refers to the cardboard cylinder that the labels are wrapped around when finished on a roll. Cores come in 1" and 3" diameters; additional sizes are available upon request. Die Cut Die cutting allows you to break free from the world of rectangular labels by precisely cutting shapes on the face stock. Draw/Repeat Refers to the dimension from the top edge of one label to the top edge of the next label, including the gap between the labels. Flood Coat Flood coat is the process of applying ink over the entire label to change the color of the stock prior to printing the design. Gap The space between two labels; ⅛" is standard. Liner Side Printing Also known as backside printing, liner side printing is printed on the liner of the label. This is often used to offer coupons, share business address and hours, or to promote upcoming events. 148 Prices effective January 1, 2017 Matrix The stock material surrounding a die cut label. Outside Diameter Refers to the measurement across the roll of labels at its widest point, including the core. Registration The arrangement of two or more printed images or colors in exact alignment with each other. Reverse In a reverse, the image is created by the stock showing through as the imprint. As an example, a white label with black ink would appear as a black label with a white imprint. UV Varnish A thin protective coating that is bonded and cured with ultra-violet light, providing moisture protection but not UV ray protection. Available in high gloss or matte sheens. Lamination A clear film that provides additional protection against moisture, chemical, oil, abrasion, or UV resistance. Gloss Lamination provides a high gloss appearance Matte Lamination a low glare surface enables electronic scanning and excellent acid, chemical and oil resistance. Ideal for handwriting information on labels. Sunscreen lamination protects the label by screening out harmful UV rays. Extends the fade resistance of some inks depending on the environment and usage. Provides a high gloss appearance. White Back-Up Clear stock labels are a popular choice for many uses, but sometimes it needs a little help to ensure they are visible, easy to read and communicate effectively. White back-up is the process of applying white ink directly behind the artwork to make it easier to read on clear stocks. White Floodcoat The process of applying white ink across the entire label to make it easier to read on clear stocks, giving it the look of a white label. Core Outside Diameter Don’t Shop. Adopt. Believe Meet Parker. in 65lbs of unconditional love. second chances. Second Chance Animal Rescue White Back-Up Clear stock without White Back-Up or Floodcoat White Floodcoat Glossary


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