Gummed stock

Updated: 04/26/2017 by Computer Hope

Gummed stock is a type of paper where one side has adhesive and is self-sticking. The adhesive side is protected with a liner, which can be removed after the paper is used in a printing process. An example of gummed stock is a sheet of self-sticking labels, which can be run through an inkjet or laser printer. After the sheet of labels is printed, the protective liner can be removed, and the labels affixed to a surface.

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