Label sheets might not be the most interesting topic to read about but it’s worthwhile to know your options with custom labels to achieve the best results. While rolls are the most popular format for delivering finished print products, labels sheets have their benefits and uses that can make them a better choice for certain projects. In this article, we’ll explain what you need to know about label sheets and how they can fit into your business.
4 Ways You Can Use Label Sheets
Besides how they look, there are other key differences between label sheets and rolls. Most customers prefer roll labels because they’re required for label equipment to apply labels continuously and they’re generally cheaper than sheets since they don’t need to be cut and placed in stacks. Rolls also make shipping and storing labels easier because of their compact nature.
Sheets, however, work great for promotions and on-the-go label printing typical in manufacturing, industrial, and office settings. See how businesses can use label sheets for smoother operations.
- Sheets make it easier to divvy up promotional labels among team members at trade shows, fairs, conventions, festivals, grand openings, etc.
- Blank laser or inkjet laser sheets are perfect for printing exactly what you need, when you need it like shipping addresses, dates, barcodes, inventory, etc.
- Label sheets can be bound into publications as an insert allowing the recipient to keep the labels for later use
- Employees can grab the exact quantity of labels they need instead of counting or estimating how many labels to cut off from the roll
Label sheets can be printed to standard sizes like 8.5″ x 11″ and 8.5″ x 14,″ but we can also cut your sheets to almost any other size like 5″ x 7″ or 3″ x 5″ (we can even do 5.5625″ x 15.75″). You also have your choice on how you want your label sheets to be packaged: individually sheeted or grouped in stacks of 5, 10, 20, etc.
Like roll labels, we can use a variety of materials for label sheets. Check out our label material types to learn more – or give us a call at 1-800-475-2235 if you know what you want and are ready to get started!