When determining the perfect perforations for your label production job, it is always recommended to start with your printer manufacturer’s guidelines.
Manufacturers of layflat printing products take great strides to produce high-quality layflat printing products. Most notably, they develop facestocks and liners that are moisture-balanced – and they work diligently to precisely maintain that balance during coating and lamination processes.
Waste matrix stripping or removal is an important part of the label converting process. And, while it may seem like a simple part of the process on the surface, failures in waste matrix removal can easily lead to lowered productivity and increased costs.
In our last post, we mentioned that customers often ask us what type of pressure-sensitive material should be used for laser printing. Another question we are commonly asked is: “Can EDP labelstocks be laser and/or inkjet printed?”