Custom Printed Labels
Blank Synthetic Labels
AM Labels are not just a label printer we also produce blank labels to suit any size or requirement, we have multiple blank Daco machines capable of producing high runs of labels in a short periods of time.
Thermal transfer printing technology uses heat to transfer an image (text, images and barcodes) using an ink ribbon onto a label. Synthetic labels give you greater durability and application options that paper label cannot.
Types of Thermal Transfer Labels:
Polyester (PET) films are suited to high quality long lasting applications requiring resistance to heat, water, oil and chemicals.
Typical applications include asset and serial number labels, cosmetics, appliances, electrical equipment and instruments, instruction tags on home and industrial utilities, drum and logistics labelling.
Links to our ranges of Polyester Thermal Labels:
Polyethylene (PE) films are suited to applications that require resistance to water, oil and chemicals.
They conform well to package contours and flex well with squeezable packaging. Common applications include labelling test tubes, vials, chemical drums and products with a highly curved surface.
Links to our ranges of Polyethylene Thermal Labels:
Polypropylene (PP) films are suited to applications requiring resistance to water, oil and chemicals. Polypropylene labels offer a long term solution to labelling packaging materials, patient and laboratory samples and tear-resistant shelf edge labels.
Available in white, silver and transparent, polypropylene labels are durable and can be used to achieve long-term sustainability within labelling beverages, personal care, toiletries and cosmetics. Transparent polypropylene labels are typically used in rigid bottle applications to achieve the ‘no-label look’.
Links to our ranges of Polypropylene Thermal Labels:
Clients we have worked with:
12 - 14
Bosch Siemens Group
AB Mauri (Cereform)
Delice de France
NHS Ipswich Hospital
Life Saver Systems
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