With plain labels you can choose between the sheets or the rolls, and your choice is likely to be based upon the type of printer you have. If you're using a label printer, you are better off using the labels on a roll. After all, label printers are intended to speed up the printing process, something that is difficult to do when you have to keep replacing sheets of labels. In fact, it may slow your process down if you have an older printer since some of them can only take a certain number of sheets of plain labels before they begin peeling as they go through the printer and stick to the drum causing mechanical difficulties. In order to avoid this from happening, purchase a label printer and use it whenever you have a large amount of labels to print.

Of course, if you invest in a label printer, you will not have the need to use your laser printer unless you desire to do so. Plain labels on a roll come in larger quantities, and you can run an entire job at one time, limited only by the capacity of the printer you purchased. In addition, you have the option to begin peeling off the plain labels as some of them finish printing instead of having to wait for an entire sheet to finish. Using a label printer with your labels is a more efficient way to complete at job—not to count faster and more economical. When you combine plain labels with a label printer, your efficiency is far superior to that you will encounter when using a laser printer to print the labels you need. The key is efficiency, and that is what you will find when you use a label printer with your plain labels.


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