Why are the Custom Run minimums so high?

Labels4U requires a 2000 sheet minimum for all custom runs because all custom runs are produced on commercial size printing presses that can run millions of the highest quality sheets. We do have the ability to run small orders, but due to the high setup charges for a large press, many customers prefer the 2000 sheet level pricing.

What if I only need a few labels?

Labels4U suggest that you purchase one box of labels from us and print the labels yourself in a manual way.
I want a small label (under 1/2 inch)

Please contact Labels4U Customer Service representative Ms Daisy Moses and we shall get back to you on the technical side whether or not your requirements can be fulfilled. Reason is because there is a limitation to how small a die cutter can be manufactured.

I want a small label (under 1/2 inch)

Please contact Labels4U Customer Service representative Ms Daisy Moses and we shall get back to you on the technical side whether or not your requirements can be fulfilled. Reason is because there is a limitation to how small a die cutter can be manufactured.

What is a die?

A die is a tool used on a printing press to cut the raw label material as we’re converting it into label sheets. For special custom jobs, a one time die charge will be charged to the job.  A die cost is a one time purchase only for the customer.

The cost of a die depends upon the:

  1. Label material (Polyester Labels require a more expensive rotary die)
  2. Number of die cuts per sheet (the more labels – the more expensive)
  3. Special cuts (for example…round cuts are more expensive)
  4. Special Sheet sizes

How do I order?

You may contact Ms Daisy or Mr Jack Chan directly in the Headquarters at Kuala Lumpur. Our dedicated personnel will help you to expedite your orders and reduce your hassle.

A confirmation of Sales order will then be sent to you for verification and once complete, your products shall be delivered to you though courier service right to your door step in 5 working days.

Ms Daisy and Mr Jack Chan can be contacted at 03-8061 0255 / 0266 / 4943 or email them at kopack@tm.net.my

How should I store the labels?

Labels4U recommends that all labels be kept in their plastic bag until time of printing. Prolonged exposure to air with many types of label sheets may result in curling. Also, to reduce the amount of curve that a label sheet experiences during printing, we recommend that all label sheets be fed through the manual, or straight feed.

How do I know if your sheets will work in my printer?

Labels4U Labels sheets are rated for most laser and inkjet printers. It’s critical that you know what type of printer you have (see your printer manual). Because of differences in feed, delivery systems, etc. it is the responsibility of the user to test die-cut material to assure compatibility with their specific model printer in its operating environment.

Please feel free to contact Labels4U Customer Service, Ms Daisy for a sample sheet

How do I stop wasting my label sheets while testing my design?

Labels4U Labels will send you enough samples to test your labels. To prevent wasted printing of label sheets, we recommend that you print on plain paper first to make sure your template is lining up properly. When you are satisfied that the template lines up properly, print on your label samples. You might even want to trace the label pattern on plain paper to produce a paper copy.

For more extensive label testing, we recommend you purchase a box or two. We have express (overnight, two day) shipping options available.