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Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose Info Label?

Info Label Inc. offers the very best label products with the ultimate in customer service, at an affordable price. We have state of the art digital and combination UV Flexo/Rotary Screen equipment, a wide portfolio of materials, a vast library of dies, and product choices to meet and exceed your package decorating needs.

What are Pressure Sensitive Labels?

Pressure sensitive labels are self-adhesive labels comprised of a top layer or facestock , and a liner with a layer of adhesive between them. Info Label offers pressure sensitive labels in a wide variety of facestocks (paper, film, vinyl), adhesives (permanent, semi-permanent, releasable), and liners (paper or film)

What is Digital Printing?

Digital printing offers offset quality and uses high tech laser technology which transfers the image directly onto the substrate material rather instead of using plates. Info Label’s two state of the art and eco-friendly digital presses, the HP Indigo ws4500 and the HP Indigo ws6000, offer the very best in digital technology and cover the spectrum of small, medium and large quantity printing runs. HP Indigo presses use ElectroInk a specially designed electrically charged ink. Digital printing is an excellent and cost effective option for brands with multiple SKUs, seasonal SKUs, line extensions, and start-up companies.

What is Flexographic printing?

Flexographic printing is a conventional process widely used in label converting for over 50 years and uses flexible plates to transfer the image to the material. Info Label has two high tech industrial combination UV Flexo/Rotary Screen presses which use UV inks and have hot stamp capabilities. UV Flexo printing is a good choice for long runs with fewer SKUs.

What is Four Color Process?

Four color is a standard process where art files are broken down into four basic colors called cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (aka CMYK). The image is separated into four color layers which form the full color image when printed.

What is Indichrome process?

Our HP Indigo digital presses offer an affordable Indichrome process which offers a step between economic CMYK process and more costly PMS spot colors. Indichrome adds two additional colors, Orange and Violet to CMYK to better approximate most PMS spot colors.

What are PMS spot colors?

Info Label prints spot colors on their digital and flexo presses when necessary. PMS spot colors come to us as a premixed ink in a pure color from the PMS color palette,  and add to the production cost. More often than not, CMYK four color process will meet your needs, and our Indigo digital presses offer Indichrome process, a step between CMYK and PMS which adds two of three additional colors Orange, Violet  and Green, to closely approximate the color you require.

Can you print metallic ink on my labels?

Info Label can use metallic inks on their flexo presses, and digital finishing machine. Metallic Foil hot stamping is also an option for both digital and flexo labels.

What is foil hot stamping?

Foil hot stamping is a process used on digitally and flexographically run labels which use a plate to stamp metallic foil, rather than ink, directly onto the label. Foils are available in a wide variety of metallic and traditional colors and add sophistication, elegance and prestige to your labels.

What is Rotary Screen?

Rotary screen is a process where a thicker layer of ink is laid down on the material through a screen rather than by a plate, and adds to both the opacity and texture of the screened image. Info Label offers rotary screen technology for both digital and flexo labels.

What are plates?

Flexible plates are used in Flexo printing to transfer the inked image onto the substrate material. Each printing station or color or varnish has its own plate to form the image. There is a one time charge for each plate, and the plates are reusable. Digital printing does not use plates to transfer the image to the material.

What are dies?

Dies are used to cut the shape of the label to your exact specifications. They work like cookie cutters and come is standard shapes such as rectangles, circles and ovals and can be custom made to any unique shape required. Info Label has an extensive library of dies for both flexo and digital printing, which are available at no charge. Often your artwork can be adjusted to fit a die slightly smaller or larger than your specifications. Custom dies can be ordered at a minimal one time charge and are reusable.

What materials do you print on?

Info Label prints on a wide variety of materials (also known as substrates or facestocks) including:

  • paper (gloss, semi-gloss, metallic, textured, recycled and eco-friendly)
  • film (clear, white, metallic) BOPP, MDO, eco-friendly films such as PLA and NatureFlex
  • vinyl
  • cosmetic web (for packettes and flexible packaging)

How are my labels packaged, on rolls or on sheets?

We produce your labels on rolls with 3 inch cores, according to the unwind direction or copy position you specify.

What does Unwind Direction or Copy Position mean?

Unwind direction is an industry term of established agreed upon standards for how labels are oriented on the roll to allow for proper application onto the product container. The four most common unwind directions are:

  • Unwind Direction#1: Label on outside of roll. Copy printed across the roll. Top of label out first.
  • Unwind Direction#2: Label on outside of roll. Copy printed across the roll. Bottom of label out first.
  • Unwind Direction#3: Label on outside of roll. Copy printed with the roll. Right side of label out first.
  • Unwind Direction#4: Label on outside of roll. Copy printed with the roll. Left side of label out first.