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Optimedia Labs launches High Gloss Polypropylene Labels for the Primera LX400 & LX900 Label Printers

Optimedia Labs, a leading online retailer of Primera color label printers to customers in the United States and Canada, is now shipping Primera High Gloss Polypropylene Labels (BOPP labels) for Primera LX400, LX810 and LX900 color label printers.

CONCORD, Ontario, Dec. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Optimedia Labs, a leading online retailer of Primera color label printers and Epson ColorWorks color label printers to customers in the United States and Canada, has announced that it is now shipping orders of High Gloss Polypropylene Labels (BOPP labels) for use with Primera LX400, LX800, LX810 and LX900 color label printers.

Available in a variety of lengths and widths, High Gloss Polypropylene Labels are produced using an extruding and stretching process known as biaxial orientation. This method strengthens the labels and produces excellent clarity, yielding Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene (BOPP) - a substrate that is ideal for high-level production in a manufacturing setting. Confectioners and produce distributors often used BOPP labels to label their products.

With a glossy, bright white finish, High Gloss Polypropylene Labels offer a clean canvas for vibrant and colorful labels. In addition, the labels are highly durable, making them resistant to puncture, oil or grease, temperature-induced flex cracking, wrinkling or size reduction and water exposure.

Due to this durability, High Gloss Polypropylene Labels are frequently used by businesses manufacturing liquids that could damage or distort other, lower quality labels. The makers of cosmetics and essential oil-based beauty products make excellent use of High Gloss Polypropylene Labels. The same is true for food manufacturers who produce cooking oils.

Optimedia Labs offers High Gloss Polypropylene Labels that can be used with the Primera LX400, LX800, LX810 and Primera LX900 color label printers. These are the industry's best product label printers. The LX400 is best suited for the production of smaller identifiers while the LX900 offers the capacity to print labels up to 8.25 inches in width.

Primera's color label printers are well regarded by manufacturers and distributors for a high level of usability, allowing companies to print on a wide array of substrates and surfaces. Fast printing capabilities ensure steady production in even the busiest manufacturing environment, but the equipment's amenable cost and versatility make it applicable for production use at any size company.

About Optimedia Labs

Optimedia Labs is the leading online retailer of Primera color label printers and Epson ColorWorks color label printers to customers in the United States and Canada. We serve businesses in a wide variety of industries, including food and beverage makers, vineyards, pharmaceutical companies, medical offices, personal health product businesses and consumer goods manufacturers.

Optimedia Labs stocks color label printers along with a wide selection of labels, tags, name badges, and printing supplies. Free shipping is available for all orders valued at $200 or more placed on OptimediaLabs.com (US Customers) and OptimediaLabs.ca (Canadian customers).  

To learn more about Optimedia Labs and receive the latest news about printing your own labels, visit our blog at OptimediaLabsBlog.com.

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