|Full-Bleed Circle Labels|
Basically, we now offer inkjet coated liners for your labels. Just like your labels, ink dries immediately on the liners; making it much easier to print full-bleed. If you have ever gotten ink on your fingers while applying labels, then you’ll understand the benefits of this new liner. The full-bleed specific labels are just easier to use.
|C7500G Full-Bleed Circle Labels|
To print full-bleed labels, I recommend generally the C7500 series printers. These printers offer something no other color label printers have: precise media handling.
|C7500 Media Handling|
Media in other print on-demand color label printers may move slightly horizontally while printing; making it more difficult to print full-bleed. With the media handling design of the C7500, labels don’t move horizontally; enabling better full-bleed printing.
|C7500G Full-Bleed Label|
To print full-bleed labels, I recommend the following:
* Design your labels slightly larger (1/16”) than the actual size of the label. This step is critical to get full coverage. Most people send me files different than the actual size of label I have. This difference makes it virtually impossible to print the label correctly.
* Set the label size in the driver .03” larger than actual. This adaptation helps insure the label is more likely to be completely covered. If the driver is much-more larger than the actual size, you get skips and “head maintenance” in the printer.
|Too Large Label Format Error|
|C7500 Default Label Boarder Setting|
This setting helps center the image on the template; especially important for circle labels.
If you print full-bleed, contact us to order the new labels designed for your application. You’ll save time, money and hassle by moving to the new, full-bleed labels.