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Explore our varieties of thermal transfer thermal label sizes and materials for your printing needs. These labels are compatible with Zebra, Datamax, Sato, and more.
These items have in stock options that can ship the same day.
These are made to order items that will require a 15 or 30 box minimum. There will be a 4-6 week lead time on these products.
The core refers to the cardboard cylinder at the center of your label roll. Mobile printers typically use .75" core label rolls.
The core refers to the cardboard cylinder at the center of your label roll. Desktop printers typically use 1" core label rolls.
The core refers to the cardboard cylinder at the center of your label roll. Industrial printers typically use 3" core label rolls.
This type of label comes in a stack. It can be loaded into the back of your desktop (1" core) or industrial (3" core) printer. Many people prefer fanfold labels due to their versatility and their "self stacking" nature when printed in batches.
Perforated labels are typically applied by hand.
Perforation refers to the row of small holes on the liner in between each label that make tearing easier.
Non-perforated labels are typically applied by machine.
Labels with no perforation work best with print and apply applicators as well as printers using peel and present mode.
Continuous labels are one long label that is typically cut by a blade (cutter) on your printer. This allows you to print variable length labels.
Wax ribbons are the right choice when printing on paper labels. This type of ribbon is the most cost effective solution.
Wax resin ribbons are an optimal choice for printing on synthetic materials, such as polypropylene, as well as coated, glossy, matte, or other weatherproof materials.