linerless

linerless

(ˈlaɪnələs)
adj
(of pressure-sensitive labels) having no support from a release liner
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Additionally, the printer supports linerless labels, to allow users to reduce their environmental footprint by using less paper and eliminating waste.
It will be a test of how significant the developments are when we see--or don't see--the Linerless Trail at the next Labelexpo Europe in 2019.
Supermarkets, which use thermal labels quite frequently for labeling perishables, have already gone linerless
There are wet glue labels, wrap around labels, shrink sleeve labels, Reel Fed labels, Clear Labels, Linerless Labels, in-mould labels and the legendary self-adhesive labels.
Unlike conventional labels whose liner needs a lot of space on the label roll, linerless labels are provided with a special surface coating, and self wound like a roll of tape.
com), via its AdvanTech Closures LLC business, will introduce a one-piece, linerless, injection molded
Furthermore, due to growth of the pressure labels industry, pressure labels such as release liners and linerless labels are extensively used.
Typical applications include linerless thermal print labels, wrap around labels or micro perforated decorative labels.
The company supplies the Comae 500 coating machine and a wide range of Nobac applicators capable of applying sleeves in all formats varying from C-wrap and full wraps, to packs for the chilled foods and convenience markets, The recently launched 'Slideable' labels from Ravenwood are made from thicker materials up to 300gsm; they are unlike conventional linerless labels in that they slide on the pack allowing the customers to view the product inside.
The second generation Signature 500 label print-and-apply machine is a high-throughput, gantry-style, top-apply system engineered for linerless labeling to improve throughput.
Linerless labeling system improves efficiency, throughput with reduced environmental impact