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Tipps zum Anwenden von Barcode-Etiketten

In der sein Bestandsverwaltung business, we run across all sorts of people trying to label all sorts of assets. The biggest problem we see is when people try to print their own barcodes for industrial purposes. Labels are fine for standard office supplies, but for long term asset identification, they just don’t cut it. We find that by providing pre-printed labels from companies like Metallhandwerk, our customers are happier and their barcodes are more easily read. Simply put – they are more reliable, resistant to abuse, stick better, and can outlast the life of your product.

However, even when using these types of labels, we find ourselves fielding questions about why some labels aren’t sticking as well as others. Like many things in life – a little bit of preparation can be hugely beneficial to make certain that you are correctly applying labels. Avoiding some common mistakes when applying labels is easy and, trust me, your labels (and your scanners) will thank you in the long run. So, if you’re experiencing problems with your Pressure Sensitive Barcode Labels peeling or falling off after applying them, this is the blog for you!

Hilfe! Mein Barcode-Etikett ist ....

Nicht haften!

While it is important to use the right adhesive for the right surface, most tags will still stick fairly well regardless. If a label is not sticking, the cause is likely something on the surface where you are trying to apply the tag. Oil, water, grease, dirt or any other substance on the surface can all prevent sticking. You might not even notice or see the thin film of oil which is used in the mold process of most plastic part – so be sure to clean the surface well with rubbing alcohol.

Tagtrakker-Barcode
Peeling auf den Kanten!

If you did clean the surface of application, but did not let the surface dry properly, the edges of your label can start to peel. Patience is key here – give the surface sufficient time to dry after cleaning and avoid sticking any barcodes to any surface that is still wet from a cleaning solution.

Losing its Graphics or Printing!

Too often, people will for one reason or another crease their barcodes down the middle to ease removal from the adhesive or kink a corner. Creasing or kinking is the one sure way to damage the label top and bottom at the same time. Needless to say – avoid doing this at all costs!

Herunterfallen!

This can be a tricky issue to figure out. There are a few culprits we have discovered that can cause the labels to fall off over time.

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Tu das nicht!

Den Kleber berühren
One of the most common causes is that the person who applied the barcode was touching the adhesive with their fingers without thinking about it. This will get oil on the label and compromise how well it sticks.

Luftblasen
When a label is attached to a surface, air bubbles can be inadvertently trapped inside the label. To avoid this, we at Telaeris provide a roller with every barcode order for customers to use to push out any excess air bubbles created when applying barcodes.

Strukturierte Oberflächen
Customers tend to think that all labels will stick to all surfaces equally well. The fact of the matter is that some textured surfaces are particularly difficult and can require specially made adhesive materials and/or foam to contour to the surface. If you are attaching to a material with a lots of texture, talk to your label company first – you will be happy you did.

Schlechte Etikettenaufbewahrung
Keep your labels in storage under 70 degrees Fahrenheit and 50% humidity. Other environments could damage the adhesive.

Nutzen Sie unsere Tipps, damit Ihr Barcode nicht so aussieht!

Befolgen Sie diese Tipps und Ihre Barcodes werden nicht nur lange halten, sondern auch zukünftige Kopfschmerzen für sich selbst reduzieren.

Für weitere Informationen können Sie unsere Quick-Info herunterladen
wie Sie Barcodes und Labels anwenden können, indem Sie hier klicken!

By David Carta, Telaeris CEO & Gloria Toth, Telaeris Engineer

Kommentare

  1. Großartiger Artikel! Das sind großartige Tipps. Eine andere Möglichkeit besteht darin, sich mit einem Etikettenexperten in Verbindung zu setzen, der ein kundenspezifisches Etikett mit einem Klebstoff vorschlägt, der Feuchtigkeit, extremen Temperaturen, Chemikalien und Reibung standhält.

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