Wet Glue Labels
Wet Glue Labels are often die-cut in a variety of shapes and sizes.
As wet-glue labels are not applied fully around a bottle they require an adhesive to stick and stay in the correct position on an object. The adhesive is applied onto the backside of the label before it is placed onto the object. Materials for wet-glue labels are more typical paper than film.
Wet glue labels facilitate the use of different kinds of embellishing techniques, for example embossing, cold or hot foil, and standard or special effects spot varnish applications. Cutting and die-cutting of wet glue labels can be done in-line on a hybrid web offset press or off-line on a standalone die-cutter with a stacker. Web offset with energy curing can print on a wide variety of materials, including paper, film and foil. Additionally, web offset printing offers the ability to print with a wide range of colours and designs, making it a versatile option for creating high-quality wet glue labels.