What is the difference between Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer?
Direct thermal is chemically treated, heat-sensitive paper that blackens when it passes under the thermal print head and does not require a ribbon. The print head together with heat produces a durable image on the paper. Direct thermal printers have no ink, toner, or ribbon.
In thermal transfer printing, a thermal print head applies heat to a ribbon, which melts ink onto the material to form the image. The ink is absorbed so that the image becomes part of the media. This technique provides image quality and durability that is unmatched by other on-demand printing technologies.
Is the label applied by Machine, Hand, or Customer Imprinted?
Determine whether the label is being machine applied, hand applied, or customer Imprinted.
What are the different finishing formats?
There are generally 3 types of finishing formats: Roll form, Sheeted, or Fan-Folded.
What is the Rewind Position?
After completion of printing and die-cutting, the converted label roll is taken from the press to the rewind department to be finished.
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