TIFF stands for Tagged Image File Format. It was developed with the only purpose to store high-resolution images in color, gray-scale and bitmap mode. Let's see it more in depth on this article.
One of the most frequently asked questions we hear from customers is:
"When I print a label, why doesn't the color look the same as it does on my monitor?" or "Can you please follow the colors that I see on my Acrobat Reader?".
So what determines the difference between the label I see on the screen and the printed one? Let's find out through this article.
Overprinting an exhisting label means adding an additional layer of text or graphics on your label after it has been printed.
Even if our core business is built around printing custom labels ready to apply on your products, many manufacturers and distributers are able to take their custom self adhesive labels and add some additional data such as BBE dates, batch number, alcohol percentage etc. Let's see how to do it.