Fanfold labels offer the benefit of lying flatter than typically rolled barcode labels. Fan-fold labels are usually positioned behind or below the printer, and fed into the printer through a slot at the back or in the base of the printer. A compatible printer can hold more continuous fanfold labels than its rolled counterpart, allowing for less frequent roll changes during high-volume applications.
Available materials: Aluminum, Aluminum foil paper, BOPP, Coated paper, Compostable material, Kraft paper, Laser paper, Nylon cloth, Offset paper, PC, PE, Pearl film, PET, PI, PP, PVC, Stainless steel, Synthetic paper, Textured Paper, Thermal Paper, Vinyl.
Label characteristics: No use of cores leads to less waste. More labels per box as fanfold labels, tags & tickets are more densely packed. Reduced storage space required. Improved printer uptime through fewer roll changes. Thicker card tags & tickets do not suffer from curl as the stock is always flat.
Scope of application: Express logistics, supermarkets, factories, and other industries with a large number of labels.