Zebra 3011700 PolyE 3100T (51mm x 25mm), with 5180 labels per roll, and 10 rolls per box. Sold per box. These labels have a 76mm core and a maximum Outer Diameter of 200mm.These are Thermal Transfer Labels and need to be used in conjunction with the appropriate ribbon
In thermal transfer printing, a thermal printhead applies heat to a ribbon, which melts ink onto the material to form the image. The ink is absorbed so that the image becomes part of the media. This technique provides image quality and durability that is unmatched by other on-demand printing technologies.
Thermal transfer printers can accept a wider variety of media than direct thermal models, including paper, polyester, and polypropylene materials. Thermal transfer printers can create extremely durable wristbands, asset tags, and certification labels, in addition to common labels, tags, and tickets. The specific label material and ribbon must be carefully matched to ensure print performance and durability.
By selecting the right media-ribbon combination, as well as specialty adhesives, users can create archival-quality labels to withstand temperature extremes, ultraviolet exposure, chemicals, sterilization, and more. Typical thermal transfer applications include: product identification; circuit board tracking; permanent identification; sample and file tracking; asset tagging; inventory identification; certification labels such as UL/CSA; laboratory specimens; cold storage and freezers; and outdoor applications.
A glossy white thermal transfer top-coated polyethylene label with a strong permanent adhesive. Providing good flexibility for labelling curved or rough surfaces, this label material can be used in a wide range of applications including packaging labels, pallet wrap labels, product labelling and shelf edge labelling, indoor and outdoor.