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Multi-layer labels generally refer to layered labels printed and processed on special equipment using multi-layer self-adhesive collagen materials. It can usually be divided into three types: multi-layer composite labels, multi-layer folding labels, and multi-layer page-turning labels.

①Multi-layer composite label: It can also be called a multi-layer superimposed label. The appearance is the same as an ordinary single label, but it can be peeled off and each layer contains different information or graphics.

②Multi-layer folding labels: Multi-layer folding labels are composed of multiple layers that are connected by a folding mechanism, similar to a booklet. Also known as spring, wave, and accordion folding labels. This type of tag is ideal for situations where a large amount of information needs to be presented in a compact format.

③Multi-layer page-turning labels: Multi-layer page-turning labels are designed to display additional content through flipping or rotating operations, just like turning pages in a book. They provide consumers with interactive and engaging experiences as they reveal hidden information.

2. How to make multi-layer labels?

Making reveal labels requires specialized equipment and sophisticated craftsmanship. Different label types will use different production technologies. The following takes multi-layer composite labels as an example to briefly outline the main process steps of making multi-layer labels:

①Label design and printing: After designing the label content, use advanced printing technology, such as flexographic printing, digital printing or offset printing. Each layer of the label is printed individually.

②Die-cutting: After printing, the label paper is fed into the die-cutting machine. Dies are custom templates that cut label stock into the desired shape and size.

③Lamination and adhesive application: Individual labels need to be laminated together in layers to ensure they are firmly adhered to each other. The adhesive is then applied to the appropriate areas to allow the layers to adhere while allowing for easy separation when needed. Covering the surface with a layer of matte oil after printing can facilitate the peeling off of the label layer.

④ Layer Stacking: The layers are carefully stacked together, and precisely aligned to create a cohesive multi-layered label.