Custom QR Code Label Printing
Crown Labels can produce QR Code Labels in a wide variety of formats and presentations. Whether you need basic labels with just the QR Codes, a customised label to match your brand, or a bespoke option which matches your specialist needs, we're here to help.
With print capability including Thermal Transfer and Full Colour Digital, we have full flexibility to provide labels to match your requirements. They can also be presented on rolls with static data, in a specific sequence, or matched to a provided database.
Single Static QR Codes
A single piece of data is used for all labels in each batch.
Consecutive QR Codes
Data is printed onto labels one by one, either ascending or descending.
Sequential QR Codes
Sets of data are printed in sequences or patterns, ascending or descending.
Custom QR Code Label Options
As a specialist variable data label printer, Crown Labels can provide customised QR Code labels that match your specific requirements.
From durable materials and finishing options, to custom shapes and application-matched adhesives, there are a huge variety of options which our team will tailor to suit your needs.
Applicator compatible QR Code Labels
In most cases, your labels will be able to be presented on a roll in a way which suits your label applicator, while also matching any requirements for how your data is organised.
Most data presentations are either ascending, descending, or matched to a specific provided data set or database.
What are QR Codes?
QR Codes (Quick Response Codes) are a special type of barcode which can store lots of data, such as URLs, text, numbers and even WiFi login codes.
A camera scans the pattern, with data being extracted from the way that the pattern is distributed. It's often possible to scan QR codes and get the intended data even if part of the code is damaged, as a result of error correction processing which occurs with all QR code scanning.
Both iOS and Android phones can scan QR codes using the pre-installed camera app, making it very easy for most consumers to interact with these codes. This has resulted in a significant increase in popularity.
QR Codes are commonly used on labels as a quick way to direct consumers to a web address, as it is often quicker to scan a code rather than type in a URL. They can also be used as a form of product authentication with a unique code on each label, or similarly as a form of asset management.
In 2020, Apple significantly expanded its integration of QR codes by enabling them to link to App Clipps, a new type of app which is designed to launch quickly and enable completion of specific tasks, such as ordering coffee. Custom printed QR codes are an ideal way for customers to launch these apps, and these QR codes can be integrated in custom designed labels.
Example QR Code
We're here to help for all label enquiries
From blank labels to pre-printed labels, thermal compatible labels to variable data labels, Crown Labels are highly experienced suppliers across an extensive range of industries and requirements.