Blank Die-cut & Continuous Media for Inkjet Label Printers
About Afinia Label
We've created this label store to provide the highest-quality blank roll label stock to our customers. Here you'll find thousands of rectangular die cut label options, as well as circular shapes and continuous (un-cut) rolls. Everything we offer is fully inkjet-compatible and ready for your label printer.
Whether you own an Afinia Label, Primera, Epson, Quicklabel® (Kiaro!®), or any other brand of inkjet label printer, we are your premier source for label material.
Common Inkjet Label Printing Materials
Inkjet label printing materials play a crucial role in the overall look and feel of a product. There are a variety of materials to choose from, each with its own unique characteristics and benefits. Here are the four main materials that are commonly used:
- Glossy Paper - This is a popular choice for inkjet label printing because it is naturally ink receptive and provides a glossy finish. Glossy paper is also an economical and often better environmental choice compared to synthetic materials. It is important to note that glossy materials usually provide the most color vibrancy, so if you are looking for vibrant print colors, this may be the best choice for you.
- Glossy BOPP - BOPP, or biaxially oriented polypropylene, is a synthetic material that is commonly used for inkjet label printing. It is a better and cheaper alternative to vinyl for product labels, and provides a glossy finish. While glossy materials are known for their vibrant print colors, it's important to consider the specific needs of your product and brand when selecting the right material.
- Matte Paper - Matte paper is another popular choice for inkjet label printing. It has a matte finish, which provides a more subtle and professional look compared to glossy paper. It's important to note that matte materials will typically have less vibrant print colors compared to glossy materials.
- Matte BOPP - Similar to glossy BOPP, matte BOPP is a synthetic material that is commonly used for inkjet label printing. It provides a matte finish, which can be a more subtle and professional choice for certain products. Matte BOPP is also typically the choice for durable chemical applications, as it is resistant to abrasions and chemicals.
In addition to these four main materials, there are also specialty materials available for inkjet label printing, such as wine stocks, foils, holographic, recycled and eco-conscious materials, and durable stocks like Kimdura. It's important to always test the material to make sure it will look and perform as expected for your specific application. Lamination is another option that can be added to the label material to provide additional protection and a different finish or feel.
At Afinia Label, we carry these four main materials for both continuous and die-cut applications. Check out the products on this site for pricing and options. No matter which material you choose, it's important to consider the specific needs and requirements of your product and brand when selecting the right material for your inkjet label printing project.
If you have any questions, please contact us!