The glue substance on a material for adhesion to create a pressure-sensitive “peel and stick” application. For example: can be added on the back of the label. If the label is being applied to a window, it will go on the outside of the window. Can be added on the front of the label. If the label is being applied to a window, it will go on the inside of the window. It includes:
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Permanent adhesive cannot be removed without either tearing the label or tearing the surface that the label is applied on. Ideal for most labels including box and shelf labels. Removable adhesive can be peeled off and reapplied. This is ideal for labels that are only used temporarily or will need to be removed later. Freezer adhesive is designed for application and performance below 32°f. Freezer grade adhesives are used on case-ready meats and on goods that have to withstand the cold and moist conditions of freezers.
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Back-Score: A slit in the liner of a pressure sensitive label, used to assist in the removal of the face-stock from the liner.
Bar Code (UPC): One of several machine-readable codes used at retail, manufacturing, and shipping levels to identify products. A graphical bar pattern is printed on your label which can encode numbers and letters in a format which can easily be retrieved and interpreted by a bar code reader.
Bleed: The extra amount of printed image that extends beyond the actual label cut line that peels away.