Fanfold, Sheeted or Rolls?

Not sure what kind of labels you want? Confused as to the differences between the choices? We’ve looked up the best descriptions and most common uses for each in order to make your decision easier!

Fanfold: Labels are folded accordion-style into individual stacks. They are commonly used for address labels, shipping labels, and bar codes.

Sheeted: Usually printed on 8½” x 11″ or 8½” x 14″ sheets. Sheet label uses often include return addresses, shipping labels, product labels, and full color designs.

Rolls: Label rolls are perhaps one of the most used label products. These are labels wrapped onto cardboard ‘cores,’ usually 3″ or 1″. Their uses are primarily bar codes, name tags, shipping labels, and black/white ink designs.

We sell all three kinds of labels on our website, with your choice of thermal transfer or direct thermal printing. Visit here!

Questions? Call us at 800-828-6859 (Arizona) or 770-664-9692 (Georgia).

Author: IdentiCo Label

Founded in 1986, Identico has an established track record of providing custom-developed pressure sensitive labels, sheeted stock, and variable print capabilities to support the flexographic printing needs of a wide variety of business applications and industries.

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