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Thermal Shipping roll for shipping lables for any thermal printers. Original High Quality. Primium lables with strong adhesive paste. Because it uses heat-sensitive materials, direct thermal labels do have a long shelf-life, usually lasting around six to eight months. They have a tendency to scratch easily, and overexposure to direct sunlight or high temperatures will cause the print to fade faster.


What is thermal labeling?

Thermal labels use heat to create an image. Thermal transfer uses a thermal ribbon where heat from the printhead releases the ribbon attaching it to the label surface. Direct thermal images are created when heat from the printhead causes components on the label surface to mix causing them to (usually) turn black.


Thermal labels are the perfect solution for printing information on demand such as barcodes, ingredients and dates. There are two methods to consider, each with their own advantages; direct thermal and thermal transfer.


Thermal printers can never run out of ink because they don't use ink in the first place. They use a special mechanism that creates imprints with the application of heat. Thermal transfer printers use heat to met print ribbons.


You can write on thermal labels with permanent markers and gel pens. ... Unlike regular papers, thermal label papers are not designed to absorb ink, so you must wait patiently for the ink to dry regardless of the type of writing utensil you're using.


A direct thermal printer prints by applying heat to the material. It does not use any ribbon, ink or toner, but it requires a special type of heat-sensitive material that blackens when heat is applied. Because the label material is heat sensitive, it fades and the label can become hard to read and scan over time.



Premium Thermal Shipping Labels (4"x 6") for any Thermal Printer (320 Labels)

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