From time to time we hear about some of our competitors who use low grade materials or have unsavory manufacturing practic...
Hall of Shame Entry #1<br />Note the poor print quality.<br />Note the poor print quality.<br />Note the improper core siz...
Hall of Shame Entry #2<br />Dirt, dirt, dirt and more dirt. Scuffing caused by lack of packaging around the roll.<br />FRO...
Hall of Shame Entry #3<br />Another bad print job.<br />At Label Value we value our brand and know you do too. Simple pres...
Hall of Shame Entry #4<br />Inappropriate removal of label face stock results in variable thickness and liner instability....
Hall of Shame Entry #5<br />Glue closure leaves reside in your printer potentially damaging the print head and also damage...
Hall of Shame Entry #6<br />Out of spec closure (tape) with permanent spec adhesive damages/wastes labels and literally pu...
Hall of Shame Entry #6<br />Another example of improper use of glue. Caught a few seconds later, the print head and gears ...
Hall of Shame Entry #7<br />Even the printer manufacturer can make mistakes<br />
Hall of Shame Entry #8<br />Dirt not only forces you to discard labels, but is not kind to printers internal components.<b...
Share your experiences with others by submitting a candidate to the Label  Hall of Shame.Send a sample roll of the offendi...
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From time to time we hear about some of our competitors who use low grade materials or have unsavory manufacturing practices. When we can get samples of the offending materials we like to see them. Sometimes what we see makes us ill. Here are a few of those examples. At Labelvalue.com you will never encounter this kind of shoddy workmanship. We do things right the first time and all the time. It is true…you get what you pay for. Come experience the value behind Labelvalue.com; try our high quality labels today.

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Labels Hall of Shame

  1. 1. From time to time we hear about some of our competitors who use low grade materials or have unsavory manufacturing practices. When we can get samples of the offending materials we like to see them. Sometimes what we see makes us ill. Here are a few of those examples.At Labelvalue.com you will never encounter this kind of shoddy workmanship. We do things right the first time and all the time. It is true…you get what you pay for. Come experience the value behind Labelvalue.com; try our high quality labels today.<br />
  2. 2. Hall of Shame Entry #1<br />Note the poor print quality.<br />Note the poor print quality.<br />Note the improper core size and bad winding.<br />At Label Value all rolls are wound using the latest <br />technology and undergoes over 15? quality checks<br />
  3. 3. Hall of Shame Entry #2<br />Dirt, dirt, dirt and more dirt. Scuffing caused by lack of packaging around the roll.<br />FRONT SIDE<br />Look closely and you can see labels stacked on top of each other.<br />Note the tape which effectively splices two bad labels together. This was found in the middle of the roll.<br />At Label Value we never try to turn scrap into sales & all rolls are packaged<br /> in protective bags to prevent scuffing.<br />BACK SIDE<br />
  4. 4. Hall of Shame Entry #3<br />Another bad print job.<br />At Label Value we value our brand and know you do too. Simple press checks<br />& QA/QC procedures present your image professionally.<br />
  5. 5. Hall of Shame Entry #4<br />Inappropriate removal of label face stock results in variable thickness and liner instability.<br />At Label Value we don’t cut corners to save a few cents in manufacturing. <br />We do it right the first time, and every time.<br />
  6. 6. Hall of Shame Entry #5<br />Glue closure leaves reside in your printer potentially damaging the print head and also damages/wastes labels.<br />At Label Value we use proper removable spec adhesive .<br /> It’s a bit more expensive, but prologs the life of your printer.<br />
  7. 7. Hall of Shame Entry #6<br />Out of spec closure (tape) with permanent spec adhesive damages/wastes labels and literally pulls the ink off the paper. A higher quality paper would improve this but still not fix the problem.<br />At Label Value we use only materials that meet or exceed the OEM <br />specifications including a removable and reusable label closure – no residue.<br />
  8. 8. Hall of Shame Entry #6<br />Another example of improper use of glue. Caught a few seconds later, the print head and gears could have been damaged. Ouch!<br />At Label Value we use the latest glueless start technology <br />keeping your printer performing at its peak.<br />
  9. 9. Hall of Shame Entry #7<br />Even the printer manufacturer can make mistakes<br />
  10. 10. Hall of Shame Entry #8<br />Dirt not only forces you to discard labels, but is not kind to printers internal components.<br />A garbage can liner is not proper packaging. Shoddy!!!<br />At Label Value we manufacture our labels in the USA and take pride in our products.<br />
  11. 11. Share your experiences with others by submitting a candidate to the Label Hall of Shame.Send a sample roll of the offending labels to:Labelvalue.com5704 W. Sligh AveTampa, FL 33634Att: Hall of Shame CandidateIf we add your submission to the Hall of Shame we will send you a $20 Starbucks Gift Card. We promise not to identify the manufacturer of the labels….but maybe we should.<br />

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