When you hear the term “form and label combination”, you may think of integrated labels or affixed labels as those are very common designs. However, labels can also be incorporated into a form as a part of the form. Take the sample in this image. The user required more labels then would be have been sensible to affix to a form. Likewise, an integrated label design would have been expensive and created a much larger document to handle.
In this case, the labels needed to have jumbo numbering, human readable numbering and a consecutive bar code. The bar code on the label also need to match the bar code on the face of the form. To produce this application we ran parts one, two and three as standard carbonless set. We produced the label in our flexo division, then collated the carbonless portions with the label stock. A short section of silicone liner was used to separate the carbonless stock from the label material. Inline imaging was used for both the label and part one of the form, which was then verified during production to insure the numbers were matched.
Form and label combinations can increase productivity within an organization by combining multiple information flow processes within one document. This may also reduce errors in component marking and tracking.
For more information on form & label combinations and other innovative form designs, contact us at 800.835.0098 or visit with your Flesh Co sales representative.