Arco Label

Arco Print Labels | Arco Stickers Page – RM 45.00/box

Arco Label is a local Malaysian brand product suitable for printing with inkjet printers, laserjet printers and photocopy machines.

Arco Print Labels are available in 24 sizes:

210mm x 298mm 1 label per sheet/100 sheets per pack
210mm x 149mm 2 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
105mm x 149mm 4 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
105mm x 70mm 8 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
105mm x 51mm 10 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
105mm x 48mm 2 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
105mm x 41mm 14 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
105mm x 37.25mm 16 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
99mm x 38mm 14 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
99mm x 34mm (Margin) 16 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
98mm x 25.4mm 20 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
70mm x 67.7mm 12 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
70mm x 51mm 15 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
70mm x 37.25mm 16 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
70mm x 36mm 24 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
70mm x 25.4mm 33 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
63.5mm x 46.56mm 18 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
63.5mm x 38mm 21 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
60mm x 22mm 39 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
48.5mm x 16.93mm 64 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
48mm x12.7mm 88 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
40mm x 12.7mm 115 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack
38mm x 21.2mm 65 labels per sheet/100 sheets per pack

Note: We recommend that all Arco labels be kept in their original packaging or plastic bags until printing, and to be used within one year of purchase as prolonged exposure to air with many types of label sheets may result in curling.

Print labels general information:

Arco Sticker Labels are made of 100gsm simili stickers and made of high quality adhesive material. The thickness of these stickers is designed to fit in all printers to produce super high quality printing results.  The glue is imported from Korea and is designed to suit the weather of Malaysia.

Laser Labels are generally made from pressure sensitive and contain an adhesive glue coated onto the nonporous stock (mainly paper, foil, or plastic film) designed to withstand the intense heat of laser printers and copiers. Laser labels are generally die cut into desired label shapes onto A3 sheets and A4 size, and come in many different sizes.
Con of laser: The entire sheet needs to be printed before any labels are used – once labels are removed, the sheet cannot be put through the printer again without damaging the printing mechanism.

Inkjet Labels are made specifically for inkjet printers and are made from nonporous stock to accept ink and dye from your inkjet printer. Inkjet labels, like laser labels, are also die cut onto A3 sheets and A4 size, and come in many different sizes.

One of the more modern inkjet label material stock is waterproof printable inkjet material, commonly used in industry printing for waterproof labels such as labeling on soap or shower gel containers.

Package Labels are commonly used to provide details for pricing, barcodes, identifications, usage guidelines, addresses, advertising, recipes, etc and can also be used to help prevent and identify tampering and pilferage. Normally, to apply the package label to an item, high-speed label printer applicators are used.

Mailing Labels are used to identify addresses and senders on letters and packages in postal mail.

Many PC softwares incorporate programs such as word processors and contact managers that can produce standardized mailing labels from a data record that complies with postal standards. These labels may also include routing barcodes and special handling requirements to expedite delivery.

Product Labels are used for product identification:

Permanent product labels are manufactured to securely bond to the surface of an item for its intended life and under in-use conditions.

Removable product labels, on the other hand, need only to hold until they are removed.

Ecolabels or green stickers are labeling systems for food and consumer products to identify products that may be less damaging to the environment and/or to humankind than other related products.