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Vinyl for easy apply labels with no lam

Discussion in 'Epson' started by Micheal, Jan 12, 2020.

  1. Micheal

    Micheal Member

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    Hey guys so now that im back to solvent after printing my small labels are back to being a bit flimsy compared to the latex, since i dont lam whats the best material to use for temp stickers that have that thick feeling and easy apply?

    I ordered brite line 6mil to test, has anyone use this?
     
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    easystickerco New Member

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  3. CanuckSigns

    CanuckSigns Very Active Member

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    We've had great luck with general formulations 6.mil semi-rigid vinyl, it prints and weeds great, and is thick enough to not go soft even with full ink coverage.
     
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  4. relentlessgraphics

    relentlessgraphics New Member

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    I've also been using the Orajet 3258 for die-cut stickers with no laminate and can confirm it prints and weeds well, and has nice, heavy feel when applying.
     
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  5. SameDay Signs

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    Alpha 6 mil from Wensco is great, inexpensive and super easy to use
     
  6. Pideas

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    We’ve had luck with the Briteline IM3222. It has a nice thick liner and the vinyl is not flimsy. We don’t laminate either.
     
  7. Christian @ 2CT Media

    Christian @ 2CT Media Major Contributor

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    If its temp and replaceable you need to try EasyDOT, SpotOn, or BigFish's Dot Adhesive films... they are rigid and easy to apply, move, and remove with no tools required.
     
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