At Paperstone we sell a huge variety of laser labels, many of which are compatible with commonly used printers including Hewlett Packard, Brother, Lexmark and Konica-Minolta. While laser labels are generally multipurpose and offer the basics of being smudge-free and durable, many of our stickers are designed for specific uses - making jobs simpler and quicker.
Weatherproof mailing labels, stickers for ring binders, and clothing-friendly name badges are all available - the list is almost endless.
Professional looking-labels are simple to make, whether you’re on a tight budget and need cheap laser labels, or want to go all-out on a project and opt for our highest quality, eco-friendly products which are low-chlorine and FSC-certified.
A label with ‘selvedge’ is a product with a rounded edge. ‘Die cut’ is the method with which they are sliced into a clean shape.
Laser labels - some useful tips
When buying laser labels, remember a colour laser printer requires specially designed colour laser labels. These labels are resilient enough to pass through several stages of colour fixing (red, blue, yellow and black). If you have a black and white laser printer you can use standard laser labels (don’t use inkjet labels though).
Most laser labels are designed to be used with the automatic feed tray. For detailed instructions refer to your printer manual.
Laser printers generate heat, so sheets of labels should be used once only; otherwise there is a risk that the glue on the labels will melt and cause a paper jam. This may also affect the manufacturers’ guarantees on both the printer and the labels.
Never bend the corners on sheets of labels, and fan the sheets before loading them.
You can use a word processing programme like Word to organise your label printing. There are many helpful free templates compatible with Word if you go to the Avery website.
Multi-functional labels are available and are suitable for both inkjet and laser printers
To maximise printer performance, set the paper menu option to ‘thick’
Always do a test run on a blank piece of paper first
Click here to view Avery’s wide range of free templates and software which can be used to customise laser labels.