When you need to print on your labels, a thermal transfer-friendly glossy laminate ensures ink won’t smear.* Designed specifically for thermal transfer printers with wax and/or resin ribbons, these labels provide the ultimate flexibility for printing with black or colored inks. Thermal transfer labels are durable, compatible with a wide variety of materials, and won’t easily fade. Ideal for supplement and nutraceutical labels or perishable food item packaging with indirect contact, these labels are also a perfect solution for barcode labels or differentiating formulas in industrial products.*Please check to make sure your printer and ribbon are compatible before ordering this laminate.
Thermal Transfer Gloss Finish
Thermal Transfer Gloss Finish
Thermal Transfer GlossFinish
Thermal transfer labels are made to be tough. They can withstand extreme temperatures common in industrial environments, so you can depend on them to keep their images and text looking good for the long term.
Have questions about our thermal transfer labels or unsure if your printer is compatible? Give us a call at 877.277.4682. We’re happy to help!
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You have a vision for your business, and we want to help you see it through. Here’s what you can expect when working with the Frontier team.
Get your labels in as little as one day. We rush so you don't have to.
We take pride in our product so you can be proud of yours.
Our goal is to make your experience with us the best part of your day.
Seeing is believing. Just fill out the sample request below, and we’ll show you what we can do. We deliver not only exceptional labels, but also an amazing experience—from the minute you talk to our Experience Team to the time you open your first box of Frontier labels.
Thermal Transfer Finish laminte work best for any products that need a date, variety name or other information printed on your labels after they are produced.
Thermal Transfer Finish labels are ideal for supplements, cosmetics, perishable foods and are a perfect solution for barcode labels or differentiating formulas in industrial products.
You may have come across the terms waterproof and water-resistant when researching the best wine label material. While you may see these terms listed together, they are not interchangeable, and knowing the difference will help you decide which material will perform best for your wine product.
A truly waterproof label is made of plastic or vinyl material, with an over-laminate (either glossy or matte) for even more protection. These materials will shield against water, and protect the label from shriveling, curling, or peeling. After being applied to a clean, dry surface, your waterproof labels can withstand full submersion in water for extended periods of time. You can make a splash with any of our plastic materials! Choose from clear, white, or metallic options, or select a white or clear vinyl for supreme durability.
Water-resistant labels will be able to endure moisture to a degree, but not entirely. While these materials will shield against water for a time, the look and feel of the label will be affected after contact with water is made. Water-resistant materials are recommended for products that will encounter damp environments, but not experience full immersion or long term exposure to moisture. We refer to these materials as having a “wet-strength.” A wine bottle that needs to hold up to condensation in the refrigerator or float in a cooler of ice is a great example. Avon Classic Crest, Estate 4, Estate 9, and Black Vellum all have wet strength capability.
To determine your label size, follow these simple steps:
And you’re done!
Here are a few things to look out for when preparing your art files:
– Size of your art file should be 0.125” larger than the final cut size.
– Background color or patterns go all the way to the edge of the artwork (bleed).
– Text and design elements should be inside of the safe zone, within 0.125″ from the cut line.
– Fonts sized at 5pt or larger.
– Fonts converted to outlines, and images embedded. (We won’t see them otherwise!)
– For image files, resolution is at least 300ppi. For best quality, we recommend 800ppi.
– Files are less than 100MB each.
We do more than label making. Our team wants to see your business succeed, and we’re committed to helping you achieve your vision. When you call us for help, you’ll talk with an Experience Team member who knows labels front-to-back, who can answer any question you throw at them.