Inkjet Labels

Inkjet printers are the fastest growing technology in the printing world today. It’s easy to see why given the advantages they have over conventional digital print systems including ease of use, short turnaround time, and on-demand printing. Most importantly inkjet printers are known for their vibrant colors and high-resolution photographic output quality.

So how do they work? Primary ink colors are passed through a print head which disperses ink droplets via its micro-sized nozzles onto special inkjet receptive material. To visualize, picture tiny colored ink droplets being sprayed onto a material surface to build an image. What makes inkjet material special? One word, Top-coating. The surface of inkjet material is covered with a coating that allows the ink to be evenly absorbed into the material without smudging, bleeding, or oversaturation. The coating is responsible for keeping the colorant in the ink close to the surface which results in brighter and more vibrant color. Without an inkjet receptive top-coat, your printed output will appear dull and oversaturated with loss of resolution and contrast. Inkjet coating also allows for printing on a multitude of different material types including textured paper to gloss synthetic PET. Do not settle for material that is not suited for your inkjet printer.

At GetLabels we have spent years developing and manufacturing inkjet materials for aqueous dye and pigment ink that can be used in all aqueous type inkjet printers from leading manufactures. Our label materials are tried and true. We have successfully supported applications and requirements in the Food and Beverage, Pharmaceutical, E-Juice, and Chemical industries just to name a few. Whatever requirement your application needs we have the solution for you. Please contact us if you have questions about your specific application or have special requirement needs. We are up for the challenge!


  • Matte, high gloss, and textured inkjet coated paper materials
  • A wide range of synthetic materials with gloss, satin, and matte finishes
  • Adhesive options designed to work on various materials and conditions
  • Custom die shapes and sizes