Barcode or QR code labels are often used for asset labels, printed on white Vinyl, Polypropylene, or silver Polyester. Where customers require a more durable label, we supply these labels printed on Anodised Aluminium. All barcodes labels are manufactured to a customer’s specific requirements.
Q. What materials can barcode labels be printed onto?
Depending on your specific requirements, we can print barcode labels onto many different materials with adhesive backing, including Paper, Vinyl, Polyesters, Synthetics, most plastics and most metals. The same applies to QR codes and variable numbering. Labels can include company logo, name & address of company and any other information that is required on the label. Barcode or QR code labels are often used for asset labels, which are printed either on white Vinyl or white Polypropylene, or silver Polyester. Where customers require a more durable label, we supply these labels printed on Anodised Aluminium. All barcodes labels are manufactured to a customer’s specific requirements.
Q. Do you have standard sizes for barcode labels?
Depending on the process that we use for your specific job, labels can be digitally cut to whatever size you require, or we can cut with a cutting tool. We have a huge range of existing cutting tools, which will either be the identical size to what you require, or will be different by 1 or 2 millimetres.
Q. What colour do you use to print barcode labels?
Barcode labels are typically printed in black on a white or silver background. However, we often print company logos or company detail in another colour or even in full colour if required.
Q. Can barcode labels be used outdoors?
If a barcode labels is required for outdoor use, we print using materials that are UV safe, water & weather resistant. For increased durability we recommend Anodised Aluminium barcode labels for use outdoors.
Q. Can you print barcodes with different numbering sequences in 1 production run?
If different number sequences are required, we will still print these in the same production run. If the range of numbers is variable, we require that all barcode numbers are supplied in an Excel spreadsheet.