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This type of label can save a lot of time. You don't need a thermal ribbon to print, it's all done by heat and a coating. If your object is to get an item shipped, and that's the only reason for the label, direct thermal labels are probably the way to go. If you're still having trouble deciding between a Thermal Transfer or Direct thermal label, this article will have all the pros and cons for each type. Labelsontime offers a direct thermal label in 1” core, 3” core and fanfold. These labels will work with your Zebra desktop and industrial printers including Intermec, Sato, Epson, Datamax, Avery and others.
4 X 6 direct thermal labels with perforations are everywhere, these are the most common you see on most packages coming through UPS, DHL and Fedex.