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Questions About Ordering Labels Answered:


Q1:What information required for an quotation?

Q2: What label artwork specifications required?

Q3:What kind of materials can you print on?

Q4:What is the minimum number of labels i need to order?

Q5:What is your lead time for my labels?
Q6:What standard sizes do you have?

Q7: What are "unwind directions" and how do they affect me?



Q1 What information required for an quotation ?

  For an accurate quotation to your label stickers, please advise details as below:

        Material: adhesive paper,PP,PE,PVC,BOPP, clear or white? If you are not sure,please advise where your label stickers will be applied to.

        Size:

        Printing  color: CMYK / PMS

        Surface finishing: glossy or matt?Whether the surface needs to be laminated?

        Packing: roll or sheets

        Cut shape:

         Design: if have.

         Applied place/usage:


Q2 What label artwork specifications required ?


  We accept the artwork format in Adobe Illustrator,Coreldraw, high resolution PDF etc.
  Our strongly preferred format file is an Adobe Illustrator file with all fonts converted to outlines, as this is the format we process your artwork for film output.If you are not clear about the font outlining process, please contact us.
  Besides all fonts outlining , the artworks also are required to have full bleeds and layout. A full bleed is when the color "bleeds " off the label.If your label design or background color is intended to cover the entire surface of the label, please note that we need a 0.0625''  bleed beyond the trim size of your label. For example,if you have a 2''×1'' label where the color bleeds off the edges,you should size your design to 2.125''×1.125'' as this ensure as a 0.0625'' bleed around the trim size.


  It's also wise to leave at least 0.0625''of clear space(i.e. no significant design elements or text) inside the die-cut line to allow for slight shifts during die-cutting.
  For label sticker printing, image mode and resolution are extremely important to ensure correct color and clarity. All raster(image based) files need to have resolution of 300 d.p.i at actual size. Our process handle CMYK and Pantone color -all RGB images will be converted , which can cause extreme shifts in color. If in doubt, we could offer you a digital printed proof , which allows you to see hoe the finished labels will look before going into production.


Q3 What kind of materials can you print on?


  We carry over a dozen labeling materials for you to choose from,including mirrocoat paper,woodfree paper,thermal paper,kraft paper,white /clear PE,PVC,PP,PET,BOPP, silver/gold foil, fluorescent paper etc. These labels with different adhesive could meet your requirement.


Q4 What is the minimum number of labels i need to order?


  In theory, there is no min. order limit. Beyond label will strive to be as flexible as possible.


  But if you want to get a best price, we suggest you to make it 1000pcs and more.



Q5 What is your lead time for my labels?



  A typical production time for an order is 3-5 business days from proof approved and deposit made. however, the time varies with the volume and size of the order. Contact us for more accurate production time for your order.

 For shipment, it takes around 3-8 working days by International express. By air, it takes around 3-10 days. And by sea, it takes around 15-40 days.


Q6 What standard sizes do you have?

 Keep in mind that we are not "pre-cut" labels — everything we print is custom produced and die cut after it is printed. So you need to tell us what size and what shape of your labels. All labels detail are customized.


Q7 What are "unwind directions" and how do they affect me?

 

  Unwind directions dictate how the rolls of labels are produced, it is usually only important to specify an unwind direction when the labels are going to be machine-applied to end products, and it ensures that the applicator is receiving and dispensing the labels in the right direction on the containers  they're being applied to. If you're intending to hand-apply each label, unwind direction usually is not important.