CHRISTMAS CLOSURE

We are closing over the Christmas holiday period, from the 22nd of December until the 15th of January. Orders placed after the 16th of Dec will not be delivered until after the 15th of January when we return, please check with us before placing orders required before Christmas. You are welcome to still place your orders during the closure and wind down period, but please note they will not be produced and sent until after we resume on the 15th of January.
Thank you for your patience.
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Stickers on a Sheet

Our sheet sticker and label printing facility uses super tough solvent inks and synthetic materials. We can print labels up to 1.5meters x 5meters, or gang different sizes and shapes onto the same sheet. We can print on gloss white vinyl, 5yr long-life gloss vinyl (great for bumper stickers), clear vinyl, static cling and metallic & holographic foils.

We can print in CMYK and white ink, perfect for enchancing readibility of colour onto clear stickers. Our inks are all long life, UV and water proof outdoor grade pigments. We can also cut your labels to any shape, and we include rounded corners for free!

PAPER or VINYL?

At Magnascan, we can supply your labels and stickers on paper or vinyl, which may raise the question, which one is better for me?
Well, there are advantages and dis-advantages for each, so we have created a list of pluses and minuses for the 2 materials to help you decide.
 
PAPER
Advantages: Very easy to remove from backing and apply without bubbles (its much stiffer than vinyl), can be post printed and written on, is biodegradable, is available on rolls.
Disadvantages: Gets soft when wet, surface is not as abrasion proof as vinyl, is easier to tear.

VINYL
Advantages: Is very scratch resistant, will not tear, completely waterproof, very UV and heat resistant.
Disadvantages: Harder to remove from backing, trickier to apply smoothly because it is much softer than paper, is not biodegradable.