Clear Gloss Lamination Labels for IColor 250 Pre-Cut

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Make full-color, water-resistant labels, stickers, and decals with the clear lamination media and your IColor 250 printer!

This media is not meant to be direct printed, but is applied over your already printed label, similar to running a graphic through a lamination machine. This lamination media come pre-cut in three sizes or the media can be digitally die-cut into custom shapes on the IColor 250 when first applied over your printed label.

The high-gloss finish creates a professional look, while keeping the label highly resistant to water and moisture. The lamination media works with all label media types, but is the most water-resistant when used with BOPP material...even with the dye-based ink!

Using the IColor 250 Lamination Media is Easy!
(See full instructions with screen shots in the downloads tab)

  1. Open the IColor 250 PrintHub and go to: Printer Settings > Advanced Settings and Enable Lamination Mode.
  2. Go to the XY Cutter tab and increase the cut pressure by 25 to account for the extra force needed to cut through the lamination and the label.
  3. Send your label and cut file to the IColor™ 250 as you usually would. It is best to limit page size to correspond with the size of the lamination label if possible.
  4. After printing, the label is ejected from the printer but not cut.
    Tip - Use a platform such as a monitor stand or lamination stand positioned in front of the printer to apply your lamination labels.

    The monitor stand height can be set to just under the output of the label. A height of 5.25" is ideal, but anything between 4" – 5.25" would work.
  5. At this point, the printer will wait for you indefinitely while you put a lamination label over the printed surface (purchase of lamination labels is required).
  6. When ready, press the feed button to start the cutting process.
  7. After cutting is complete, the page will be ejected and cut according to your output settings.
    Tip 1 - Use an automated or manual label dispenser to dispense the clear labels to speed up operations.
    Tip 2 - Small bubbles in lamination disappear within 24 hours as the adhesive cures.
    Tip 3 – Print a box around your label to guide lamination label application (4x3, 3x2, or 4.25x6). The box will be not be seen since you will strip the waste matrix away, but it will help you determine where the lamination label should be applied.

Equivalent to 750 labels.

Make full-color, water-resistant labels, stickers, and decals with the clear lamination media and your IColor 250 printer!

This media is not meant to be direct printed, but is applied over your already printed label, similar to running a graphic through a lamination machine. This lamination media come pre-cut in three sizes or the media can be digitally die-cut into custom shapes on the IColor 250 when first applied over your printed label.

The high-gloss finish creates a professional look, while keeping the label highly resistant to water and moisture. The lamination media works with all label media types, but is the most water-resistant when used with BOPP material...even with the dye-based ink!

Using the IColor 250 Lamination Media is Easy!
(See full instructions with screen shots in the downloads tab)

  1. Open the IColor 250 PrintHub and go to: Printer Settings > Advanced Settings and Enable Lamination Mode.
  2. Go to the XY Cutter tab and increase the cut pressure by 25 to account for the extra force needed to cut through the lamination and the label.
  3. Send your label and cut file to the IColor™ 250 as you usually would. It is best to limit page size to correspond with the size of the lamination label if possible.
  4. After printing, the label is ejected from the printer but not cut.
    Tip - Use a platform such as a monitor stand or lamination stand positioned in front of the printer to apply your lamination labels.

    The monitor stand height can be set to just under the output of the label. A height of 5.25" is ideal, but anything between 4" – 5.25" would work.
  5. At this point, the printer will wait for you indefinitely while you put a lamination label over the printed surface (purchase of lamination labels is required).
  6. When ready, press the feed button to start the cutting process.
  7. After cutting is complete, the page will be ejected and cut according to your output settings.
    Tip 1 - Use an automated or manual label dispenser to dispense the clear labels to speed up operations.
    Tip 2 - Small bubbles in lamination disappear within 24 hours as the adhesive cures.
    Tip 3 – Print a box around your label to guide lamination label application (4x3, 3x2, or 4.25x6). The box will be not be seen since you will strip the waste matrix away, but it will help you determine where the lamination label should be applied.

Equivalent to 750 labels.

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