What finish would you like for your labels? Paper products are unlikely to be suitable for E-Liquid labels so you are likely to be looking at PP or PE products which do come in a range of finishes.
What regulatory information do you need to include and what font size does this need to be in? Certain print methods might not be suitable for printing the smallest size text.
If you are looking to print your own labels then it’s important to consider the minimum width of labels that the printer can accept; often this is around 50mm. There are ways around this though for smaller labels. We can help advise you on what would be the best option for you if you are looking to produce smaller width labels.
How will your labels be applied? If they are to be applied automatically then the orientation, label gap size and thickness will need to be checked.
HD Labels offer a wide range of materials suitable for vape labels and can supply free samples for testing prior to ordering. We’d always recommend that you apply samples labels to the containers that you intend to use prior to ordering any labels.
Digital printing can offer a cost effective solution for short run printed labels. Reasons for customers preferring this to having labels printed for them include:
A great option for larger run sizes would be the L-801 Plus alongside a matrix remover and slitter.
For those wanting complete control the Afinia L-801 combined with the DLF-220L allows you to produce any size or shaped label whilst adding an over laminate to increase the durability or alter the label texture.
As distributors and partners to the likes of Afina, Epson, Primera, Bottle Matic, and DPR we have a label solution for you.Let’s Chat