Breaking News expands

July 19, 2005 expands
web print capability
Label.Com, of Bradford, PA, recently added the capability to print on both sides of a web of material. The addition allows the company to print and/or diecut on the front and back of a label or tag.
Some applications that require this capability are ski tickets with safety precautions on the liner, thermal transfer or direct thermal labels and tags with black cue marks on the back, and promotional/fundraising label sets with advertising info on the liner.
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