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What are the different types of adhesives I can use for my label projects? The type of label you are quoting will determine the adhesive(s) available. The most common adhesives are permanent, temporary, removable and repositionable. We carry a wide selection of adhesives for indoor and outdoor use. What are the most common label stocks? Semi-gloss paper is the most widely used label material because it has a great printing surface and is very cos...

Does Consolidated Label print my labels in house? Yes, all custom label orders are produced at our manufacturing facility. We don’t outsource any part of the production process. What is a ‘die’? A cutting die is similar to a cookie-cutter. It cuts the shape of the label out of the material. The ink, UV coating or laminate is printed to the label material before it is die-cut. Since we’ve been in business for over 30 years, we have developed a lar...

How do I get a pricing quote for my labels? You can get a price quote on a variety of label types using our instant label quote tool on our website. For complex requirements, like shrink sleeves and flexible packets, please contact our customer service team at 1-800-475-2235 for a price quote. Is there a discount if I re-order my labels? Reordering labels cost less than orders with new label artwork. If you reorder your labels, without changes, t...

Does Consolidated Label offer short run labels? Yes. The minimum for short run label orders is 100 labels. Digital labels can be printed on a variety of materials and require no plates making it a cost-effective labeling solution for smaller projects. Depending on the complexity of your project, digitally printed labels are typically shipped within 3-5 business days from the time we receive your approval on label artwork (not when we received it)...

Can I send you artwork created in a word processor program such as Microsoft Word? Word processor programs such as Microsoft Word or presentation programs such as Microsoft Power Point do not create files in a suitable artwork format for label printing. Label artwork submitted to us in these formats typically requires rework. Our art team can convert this artwork to a professional design format such as Adobe Illustrator. While we can recreate the...

...inted on the paper, making them appear slightly duller. For more Materials FAQs, please click here. Ordering How long will it take to produce my label order? Production time varies depending on your specific label requirements. Depending on the complexity of your project, our typical production time is 7-10 business days from the date that we receive your signed artwork approval (not from when your order is placed). Label orders that require speci...

...e better) or adding a QR code consumers can scan to open a website, video, FAQ page, reviews, etc. Make sure that whatever content you share with consumers, it’s relevant and helpful. Websites and QR codes that open generic, promotional content can frustrate potential customers since they can’t find an answer. Not all consumers are tech-savvy, however, so it might be a good idea to add a customer service phone number to your label (if you have one...

...at individual design elements can be changed, moved or edited. Our Artwork FAQ section is a great place to learn more about software compatibility. Our Best Practices of Designing Custom Labels Here are some of our most popularly given tips compiled by our art and customer service teams. We also have a downloadable art specs sheet you or the label designer can use for a more detailed reference. Setting Up the Label Template Measure your container....

...ng Label Artwork for an Order Download Advanced Art Spec Sheet PDF Artwork FAQs To get feedback from our custom label design specialists: Upload Your Artwork View Our Pantone Color Selection Guide (The colors in the guide may vary depending on your monitor settings. However, to get an exact match, please contact us.) I have my label artwork, now what? Below is a summary of our artwork review and ordering process so you can get a better idea of wha...