Just like the brand logo, the label you choose is equally important to voice your brand value. A product label needs to have the right cuts and folds to put an accent on the brand identity. If you are considering customization of your product label then these are the types of label cuts you should be aware of.
These labels are usually cut out with a cutter or machine to create custom cut-out labels. There is a small gap between each label and are generally square-shaped. However, you can customize the shape according to your product requirement. These can be used for a variety of products including bottles, boxes, or any other products which require attractive packaging. Many manufacturers prefer to die cut labels because of its ease of use and with technological help it has become much more cost-effective than before.
These cuts are usually applicable for hot seal label types where it is cut with a knife to shut the edges. These labels often have an adhesive back that is pressed with iron. The hot pressure is used to cut into polyester based threads to prevent it from fraying. Also known as pressure sensitive labels, the fuse cuts are often quite similar to stickers. These labels are applicable to almost all types of items including industrial products, furniture, bottles, glassware, medical products, promotional items, etc.
These label designs are cut out accurately from a laser cutter. The fine detailing of laser cuts is much more precise than the die-cutting technique. This allows intricate artwork patterns and is usually more cost-effective than many traditional label cutting methods. It can be used for an array of uses such as invitation cards, marketing handouts, notebooks, commercial or personal art applications, cut-paper projects, office organizers, packaging or any other craft applications.
These printed or woven labels have no folds and are finished on all sides. It can be sewn anywhere on the product and can be used for patches or for external uses. It can be created by any type of fabric and is often considered for apparel labels as it can be seamed on all four sides to the back of the piece or anywhere you prefer.
These cuts are created from vibrations of a label cutting machine. The labels are meticulously cut to lend a very smooth and soft cut edge. These cuts can be applied on only one side of the label.
This is a type of peel-and-stick label that is probably the most low-cost label cut. You can use it for outlining the size, quality assurance tag, or even the brand logo for a variety of products.