Iron-on Labels

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    Artwork Guideline

    Iron-on labels are used in the printing industry for two main purposes: printing and binding. The printing function is often used to print promotional or technical information onto garments, packaging, and other printed products. These labels are used for things such as business name and contact information, price list, logo, slogan, etc. In the case of clothing labels, these labels are used to add additional data, such as sizes, colors, or locations for different items of clothing.

    What are Woven Labels? 

    Woven Labels are much smaller, less expensive, and more versatile than Iron-on labels. Woven labels are woven directly onto fabrics, with no glue or adhesives used. They are perfect for use in printing applications that require the application of information directly to a product, such as a label for apparel. They are also commonly used in the production of fashion clothing because the thicker core of the woven label provides a strong and durable barrier against abrasion and tearing.

    How are they Different From Epoxy? 

    Iron-on labels and Woven Labels are both applied with an adhesive and can be either direct or non-direct. Non-direct applications include adding the labels through holes in the fabric, which are covered by the adhesive. Direct applications are when the label ink is applied to a label directly.

    What are the Advantages of Using Iron-On Labels

    The primary advantage of Iron-on Labels is that they are easier to apply, and more effective at blocking in dirt and other contaminants than traditional clothing labels. Another advantage of using Iron-on labels is that they are generally more durable and more long-lasting than standard Clothing labels. Traditional labels will wear out over time, but not Iron-on labels. They can also be peeled off rather easily.

    What are the Benefits of Using Iron-On Labels? 

    One benefit of using Iron-on Labels is that they are more durable than standard labels. You can be sure that your products will not come apart after you apply them. This is especially useful for heavy-duty products such as those who have to be shipped to several different locations. Another great benefit of Iron-on Labels is that they are far easier to remove from the paper than adhesive labels are.

    Iron-on labels can be applied in a number of different bonding processes. These processes include thermal tape, hot dip, roll-on, roll-off and fusion. They can also be combined with other types of labeling materials such as tabbing, foils, or airless adhesive labels. This is one of the reasons that Iron-on labels have become so popular in the printer market. You can use them to print addresses, place a logo, and even write a personal message on them.

    Why Choose Us

    When you know what you want, it's time to decide where you want to order your iron-on labels. The simplest way to go about this is to start with Tags N Labels. Most businesses have a standard set of offerings, and it's likely that your chosen printing company offers them as well. From our website, you simply need to decide where you want to place your order. Depending on what you're using your labels for, there are a few different options to consider. We are offering free shipping all over the USA. Our staff is 24/7 available for customer support to give you a better vision.

    Size Available in All Custom Sizes
    Style Available in All Styles & Shapes
    Colors Regular Thread & Metallic Thread
    Quantities 10 - 100,000
    Stock or Material Choose the foundation that best fits your desired look and feel.
    Backing We offer backing options that can be applied to many surfaces.
    Proof Option Digital Proof
    Turnaround 15 business days after all proof and approvals are completed

    Artwork Preparation Guide

    If your graphic files do not meet our specifications, Blue Box Packaging will not be charged for any resulting typographical errors. Read our artwork preparation to prepare your files for submission, or contact us for help from a packaging specialist!

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    Cut & Crease Line (Red Lines):

    Displays the section in its final size and where the box should be folded.. Important graphics and text should be placed at least 0.125 inches from the cut line.

    design template bleed area

    Bleed Line (Blue Lines):

    Indicates where the drain section is located. All graphics that run up to the cut line should be extended to the cut line for a transparent print.

    design template safe area

    Safety Margin(Green Lines):

    Specifies where to safely place illustrations and text. As an industry standard, all graphics should be placed at least 0.125 inches from the cut line unless your design is intended.

    design template perforation line

    Perforation (Dotted Black Lines):

    The perforation line refers to paper punched with very small holes to make it easier to tear and fold the paper.


    Susan J. Eaton
    I recently got an idea to get my tag and labels job done by some new company! I was searching out and got to see the tagnlabel! I had no idea how they will deal me but I was inspired by their marketing! I opt them and they delivered me the best custom labels! The artwork, shape and design and turnaround time were accurate as they committed! I will definitely refer tagnlabel to my fellow colleagues!
    Sandra Murphy
    I have been working with John from Tangnlabel for 2 years now. I’ve probably had 10-15 orders during that time. The tag and labels are always perfect, never any mistakes or flaws, and a great price with speedy delivery. I shopped around quite a bit before deciding to go with them, and I really liked john’s customer service. He did the designs for my labels and patches for free, and they are just gorgeous. Thank you!!
    Dennis McCaleb
    Today I am so much happy that tagnlabel sent my first order to me and the job did very well! I really want to appreciate the professionalism they showed me up! Their salesperson Mark made everything so perfect and easy for me! I love the quality, pricing, turnaround time, and everything!
    Larry H. Hillard
    I am so happy that my patches are made according to my expectations. I was not aware of the tagnlabel but thanks to my friend who refer me this company and I give them my order of 1000 custom patches; Mark was the person who dealt with me and he was so professional. I didn’t expect to get my custom patches in time with quality and great artwork thanks to tagnlabel and to the friend James! Highly recommended!
    Jane Hernandez
    I am starting a new business and we struggled to find a solid, fair-priced labeling supplier, until stumbling upon tagnlabel. From the very beginning, my business partner and I were very impressed with tagnlabel’s customer service, with live representatives to chat with for any questions we had right away, to the professionalism from our sales rep (John), the speed at which our labels arrived, the generosity of including more tags than we had requested for free, and of course the quality of our labels. We love them! John was there for us every step of the way in our design process, and updated us regularly on the progress. Very nice guy. Flat out, I don't think you will find a better customization supplier, let alone at the very fair prices they offer.

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