Advantages of Using Primelabels.com.au:
- Front and back label available in one order
- Ideal for machine processing
- Free sample book
- Free in form & design
- High quality digital printing
- Convenient online ordering
What are Alternating Labels?
means that front and back labels are printed alternately or consecutively on the roll in one job. This method is particularly suitable if you will later process your products mechanically and apply front and back labels simultaneously in one pass
What is the Process?
#1 Create Print File – To print your labels alternately, you must create the front and back labels on a common drawing area. The best way to do this is to use a design program such as Adobe Illustrator.
#2 Define width and height – Add the two widths of the front and back label This gives you the final width of the entire document. You must also include an intermediate cut, which varies from customer to customer. The height of the document is determined by the highest height of the front and back label.
Your front label is 90 mm wide and your back label is 80 mm wide.
Calculation of the width: 90 mm+80 mm+5 mm (intermediate cut) = 175 mm
Your front label is 100 mm high, your back label 90 mm high. The height of the document should therefore be 100 mm (highest height).
#3 Label Alignment – The orientation of labels side by side depends on how they will be applied to the product in the subsequent finishing process.
#4 Sample File – For better understanding we have created a sample file as PDF here. This file shows how front and back labels are created and aligned on a drawing area.
Please note: As alternating labels are created in one print file, it is considered a label design. For example, if you specify 1,000 pieces for the quantity, you will receive 1,000 front and 1,000 back labels, as created in the print file.
Are your label artwork files print-ready?
Are your label artwork files set up in a way that will allow us to produce high-quality results for your brand and business? Let’s avoid any unwanted surprises!
We’ll help you ensure your label artwork is print-ready by using our Artwork Service