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Roll Labels (Stickers) - BOPP Labels

Roll Labels (Stickers) - BOPP Labels

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Paper Type This white polypropylene film is 2.3 Mil. It is used for labeling applications where resistance against water, oil and chemicals is important. Performs well in hot and cold conditions. Use this application for excellent wet-out properties, clarity, UV-stability, good adhesion properties and heat resistance or a high quality print on a low cost synthetic. (1 Mil = 0.001 of inch) Our BOPP labels work on thermal transfer printers.
Product 2.4 mil PP WHITE TC RP37 2.2 mil HIGH DENSITY-FSC White, pearlescent, glossy, biaxially oriented, top-coated, polypropylene film
Face 2.4 mil PP WHITE TC
Adhesive RP37 Permanent
Backing 2.09 mil HIGH DENSITY White liner

CMYK and White + CMYK - 1 sided (4/0)


Ranges from 25 to 50,000


Matte or Gloss

File Type

Print Ready PDF file


RP37 Permanent


2.2 mil HIGH DENSITY-FSC White liner


2.4 mil PP WHITE TC RP37 2.2 mil HIGH DENSITY-FSC White, pearlescent, glossy, biaxially oriented, top-coated, polypropylene film


2.4 mil PP WHITE TC

Wind Positions

Top of Label dispenses first, Bottom of label dispenses first, Right side of label dispenses first, Left of label dispenses first

Step 1

Step 1

Ensure the file matches the product's required dimensions. Ensure that the artwork is created in CMYK 300 dpi with 1/8 inch bleeds on all sides.

Step 2

Step 2

Make sure that all images are embedded, and that all the text is outlined.

Step 3

Step 3

Export all files into PDF format with bleeds.

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How to set up multi-page files properly

File Orientation Guide

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How to set up proper orientation for your files

File Orientation refers to the orientation of the artwork files submitted. Ensure that they are submitted to back up properly to produce the intended result.

Flat Artwork (Postcards, Flyers etc.)

File Orientation

How To Set Up Your Files

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Learn how to set up your files the right way.
  1. Custom Shapes

    When submitting your artwork for custom shaped labels, prepare colour and design as you would any label file. Moreover, please include the shape dieline as a spot colour called 'Dieline'. While preparing your dieline, keep note of the following:

    • Dieline must be its own layer with no other artwork in that layer
    • Dieline must be a single stroked (not filled) path; not a dashed line or series of lines making an overall shape

  2. Download Roll Labels Dieline Setup Guide
  3. White Ink

    If you select a White Ink option with your order, please supply a single file that includes CMYK (if necessary) and a spot colour called exactly White_Ink

    Do not supply separate files for CMYK and White Ink

    If you want white ink to print under a blue colour, you need to set either the blue shape or the White_Ink shape to overprint to achieve this.

    You may also want to set a White_Ink shape to knockout so nothing prints on top of it. Remember to set overprints on any Dieline.

  4. Black​Ink​Only

    If you select Black Only option on your order, the file you supply should be K only (not CMYK or RGB) with a Dieline.

General File Preparation Guidelines

  1. Download our guides to ensure a more optimal print result.
  2. Be sure to DELETE any hidden layers that are not intended to print (ie: setup guide layers or other hidden artwork layers) to ensure no risk of them appearing on the final print.
  3. Each job (including multiple paged projects) must be submitted as a single PDF file. Ensure that all pages are the same size.
  4. Files must be submitted with proper orientation to ensure proper back up.
  5. It is best to try to avoid using borders in your design. If a border is too close to the trim, the trim may be slightly off-center.
  6. File must consist of 1/8" bleed and all important art and text must be within the safety margin.
  7. Ensure that your PDF is high res and that all images are CMYK at 300 DPI.
  8. Black type should have the following values: C0, M0, Y0, K100.
  9. Embed or outline all fonts.
  10. For best colour results, supply a CMYK only files.
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Roll Labels Glossary

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Learn about important roll label terminology to make ordering easier.

  1. Adhesivity
    • Permanent labels permanently stick to the surface. Removing them may cause damage to labels or application surface.

    • Removable labels can be repositioned and removed without damaging the label or the application surface.

  2. Custom Shape Labels

    Any shape that is not a circle, oval, rectangle or square. Click here to learn how to prepare your custom shaped artwork.

  3. Diameter

    For circle shaped labels, dimensions are measured by diameter in inches.

  4. Finishing

    Lamination is a clear, plastic film applied to labels for added durability.

    • Matte lamination offers a smooth and non-gloss finish.
    • Gloss lamination offers a glossy finish.
  5. Ink Color
    CMYK Choosing CMYK is standard and for those designs that are exclusively composed of CYAN, Magenta, Yellow and Black.
    White + CMYK

    Choose this option for artwork where your artwork is CMYK but you also need to have a white color on a material that is itself not white (i.e. Silver poly and clear BOPP). The white ink can also be used as a special effect on your labels.

    Click here to learn how to prepare your artwork for White ink.

    White Only

    Only available with colored fluorescent labels.

    Click here to learn how to prepare your artwork for White ink.

    Black Only

    Only available with colored fluorescent labels.

    Click here to learn how to prepare your artwork for Black ink.

  6. Labels Per Roll

    Refers to the quantity of labels that will be included in each roll. For example, if you order 5,000 labels and select 1000 labels per roll, you will receive 5 rolls.

  7. Perforation

    The liner of the roll is perforated between labels allowing them to easily be separated.

  8. Stock

    This refers to the material of your labels on which we will print. Click here to see a comprehensive list of all of our available materials.

  9. Turnaround

    The number of business days estimated for your order to be produced. Does not include shipping time.

  10. Wind (or Rewind Direction)

    Refers to the direction that the label feeds off the roll.

    Roll label - wind direction

Download White Ink Setup Guide


How to set up White Ink in your artwork files

Download Roll Labels Dieline Setup Guide


Learn how to set up your files the right way.

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