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Integrated Labels

Integrated labels are die cut out of the actual form material. The form is printed and then an adhesive coating is applied to the back to cover the entire label area. A liner patch is attached to the back, over the adhesive, and then the labels are die cut on the face of the form but not through the liner. This allows the labels to then be peeled out and applied to the box. The label(s) can be almost any size within the form. The label stock is limited to whatever the form is produced on. When labels are removed, the liner stays intact on the back of the form. Integrated labels work best as laser forms and one part continuous forms.

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