See continuous labels.
A type of paper folding in which each fold runs in the opposite direction to the previous fold creating a pleated or accordion affect. Also called accordion fold.
See Concertina Fold.
In place of re-winding or sheeting the labels are perforated across the web and folded, automatically, in a concertina fashion at each perforation.
Paper folding that emulates an accordion or fan, the folds being alternating and parallel.
Creating a continuous strip of labels that are perforated in regular increments.
Zig-zag fold. The put-up of pressure-sensitive labels on a continuous backing in such a way as to form a flat pack as different from roll form.