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Optimedia Labs introduces Gold Polyester labels
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Dec '12
Optimedia Labs, a leading online retailer of Primera color label printers and Epson ColorWorks color label printers to customers in the United States and Canada, has announced that it is now shipping orders of the Gold Polyester Labels for use with Primera LX400 and LX900 color label printers.

Gold Polyester Labels are made from polyester film with a high-gloss gold reflective surface that is both eye-catching and attractive. These water-resistant labels come in a variety of sizes and offer the perfect canvas for customer-facing product identifiers.

Businesses in a variety of industries can rely on Gold Polyester Labels to add an extra level of attention and intrigue to their products. Wineries and vineyards in particular enjoy fashioning gold trims, borders and logos with Gold Polyester Labels to give their bottles an elegant, premium look. Other manufacturers and distributors also benefit from adding a taste of class and regality to their products using Gold Polyester Labels.

Primera color label printers are ideal for the production of short-run product labels and items for test marketing purposes. These devices are popularly used by food and beverage makers, home health product manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and vitamin or supplement distributors.

The Primera LX400 prints labels up to 4 inches in width, while the LX900 prints labels up to 8.25 inches wide. The LX800 series has been discontinued, though the Gold Polyester Labels available from Optimedia Labs are compatible with this model printer. Primera's color label printers are noted for their impressive print speed - enabling faster production - and high-quality imaging, possible via a 4800 dpi full-color printing feature.

Optimedia Labs is the leading online retailer of Primera color label printers and Epson ColorWorks color label printers to customers in the United States and Canada. We serve businesses in a wide variety of industries, including food and beverage makers, pharmaceutical companies, medical offices, personal health product businesses and consumer goods manufacturers.

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