Below is our range of computer labels or otherwise known as fanfold labels or dot matrix labels. The labels are manufactured on a continuous backing material that is then folded along perforations to form sheets. Either side of the sheets are sprocket holes that can be tractor fed through a dot matrix printer.
Usage for these labels has declined over recent years as printing methods have changed but many businesses still use the product. The reason why the fanfold labels are still used today are for a number of different reasons. These reasons include the fact that the computer labels have many benefits such as the sheets are flat so they don’t curl, they improve printer uptime on a compatible machine as there is less roll changes to make. As they have no core this leads to less waste and also saves space.