[ Specifications ] 4" x 6"（101.6mm x 152.4mm） . 500 shipping labels per stack. Packed in a kraft carton to prevent damage. Tips: It is only suitable for thermal printers and NOT for laser or inkjet printers.
[ BPA/BPS FREE ] BPA (Bisphenol A) is an industrial chemical. It may cause endocrine disorders and have certain effects on people's health.MUNBYN Direct thermal paper has passed RoHs certification. It’s tested that the paper doesn’t contain any carcinogens like BPA, BPS.
[ Waterproof and Oil-proof ] Smudge-Free and Resists Scratches, Water, Dirt, Dust, and Grease. Blank 4x6 mailing label with the perforated line for easily peeling off.
[ Fade Resistant & Reliable ] The thermal labels use upgrade material that prints crystal clear images and easy-to-read barcodes. and labels use premium-grade adhesives that long-time stick to package surfaces.
[ Strong Compatibility ] The printer labels are perfectly compatible with MUNBYN, Rollo, Zebra, iDRPT, Polono, Jiose, K Comer, LabelRange, OFFNOVA, and other direct thermal printers without the hassle of sheets waste, or jams.
The label size calibration steps are as follows
1. Load at least 4 consecutive sheets of label into the printer.
4.Release the button when you hear one 'Di' sound.
5.Then, the printer will calibrate the label size and properties.
Package Dimensions: 6.69 x 4.8 x 3.43 inches
Size: 4"x6"x 500 pcs
Weight: 9.17 ounces
Shipping labels contain all of the information a carrier needs to transport goods from their origin to their destination. There are several details on these labels, such as addresses, names, weights, and tracking barcodes.
Packages without a clear shipping label can be delayed in transit, given to the wrong location, or lost entirely. Any of these circumstances will result in a loss of money or client confidence, which is why the shipping label is so important.
Making a shipping label from your home or office printer is simple. You can manually generate a shipping label by using your carrier's online services. Fill out the shipping label template on the carrier's website, download the document, and print it.
You can also use a software application to assist you. The software can automatically produce shipping labels as orders come in through its connection with your e-commerce platform. View MUNBYN Help Center and get more useful information you need.
It's critical to place the shipping label precisely so that it's easy to discover and read. Put the shipping label on the side of the box that has the largest and most noticeable surface area. Avoid putting labels on the packaging's edges and corners, as this might make them harder to read by machines.
For high-volume printing, fanfold labels are the ideal option. Because they are folded and stacked like a fan, fanfold labels get their name. There is no space between the thermal shipping labels since they have been folded over on themselves.
In most cases, it is cheaper to print your own shipping labels. Not only do you save money on the cost of printer ink, but you also avoid paying the additional fees that online shipping companies charge.
Suppose you print shipping labels on a regular basis or as part of your business. In that case, it's likely to be more cost-effective for you to purchase a thermal label printer and do it yourself. They use heat to print images on paper, eliminating spending money on ink cartridges and printing ribbons. By eliminating the need to replenish ink supplies, retailers save big on operational costs.
Fanfold thermal labels stack neatly, making them ideal for storage, handling, and shipping. A stack of 4x6 fanfold thermal labels saves space since it has no core. Also, fanfold labels won't curl. After printing, the fanfold thermal shipping labels will stack automatically. You can work on other office tasks while the label printer is running.