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  • Finishing Format Styles

    There are generally 2 types of finishing styles, Die Cut or Butt Cut.

    Die-Cut Labels: Labels that have a gap or space (typically 1/16″ or 1/8″). There are many die shapes available including square corner, round corner, circle, rectangle, and other special shapes.

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    Butt Cut labels: Labels separated by a single cross-directional cut to the liner. No matrix area exists between labels. Butt cut labels are not recommended for automatic dispensing.

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    Finishing Formats

    There are generally 3 types of finishing formats: Roll form, Sheeted, or Fan-Folded.

    Roll Form: Labels finished spooled or wound on a core.

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    Sheeted: These are individual single sheet labels that may contain a back or top score.

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    Fan- Folded: Die-cut labels with a perforation across the liner are folded back and forth along the perforations creating a stack of labels.

    Rewind Position

    After completion of printing and die-cutting, the converted label roll is taken from the press to the rewind department to be finished.

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    *Position is determined by label processing equipment requirements.

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