Tafetta Printed Labels

Printed taffeta labels in India

taffeta label

The most commonly used materials for fabric labels are satin, taffeta, polyester, and cotton. In this article, we'll go over taffeta materials in greater depth. What varieties do we have? What are the differences? What are the material's applications and specifications?

What is Taffeta? Taffeta is a crisp, smooth woven fabric made of polyamide fibers treated with a special coating. The smooth surface of some taffeta materials allows for good print visibility. Taffeta labels are recommended for situations where the label will be discarded by the consumer. In the textile industry, care labels, brand labels, and special instruction labels are commonly used as a low-cost option.

Lordship Printed Taffeta Labels

Lordship Labels Taffeta Printed Labels are of the highest quality, and we are the manufacturers of the highest quality Taffeta Printed Labels. Taffeta labels have a lower weave density but are still soft to the touch. Taffeta labels are extremely durable and can withstand harsh washing as well as wear and tear. These labels are frequently used for care instructions, furniture labels, and size labels. Taffeta labels are the most cost-effective option. Some taffeta materials have a very smooth surface, which allows for a good detailed print visualization. Our Taffeta Printed Labels are delivered throughout Kerala, India, and the rest of the world.

Why choose taffeta material for your labels?

  • Polyamide taffeta is an opaque material that can be reverse printed.
  • Taffeta is a less expensive, high-quality alternative to satin.
  • The acetate taffeta is easy to tear off with one's hands, it is ideal for cases involving removable informational labels.
  • It is commonly used for large Ikea-style labels with additional information.
  • All types of taffeta are simple to work with and do not fray when cut. You can also cut it manually with scissors.
  • The color print appears more detailed on the taffeta's smooth surface! Furthermore, the full-color print appears more vibrant.
  • The taffeta material is appropriate for variable data labels that include serial numbers and barcodes.
  • It is suitable for thermal-transfer printing, which means it will be processed faster and at a lower cost.