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Unfortunately, our printer designed a label for our bottles that makes it difficult to figure out what type of labeler we need to purchase to apply them. Just to give you an idea of the current layout of these labels: the bottom (or "bikini") part wraps almost all the way around the bottle, while the top label (so essentially, the main one) only covers the front part of the bottle. Any ideas/recommendations for a labeler that would correctly align these labels each time, despite their unique design?

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We offer free graphic design, if this does not pan out for you please get back to me. Once you find a label machine we can re-design your existing label to work with the machine. Good luck! 
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If you'd like to send a picture, I may be able to provide some solutions. we print labels and we also have a prepress team that might be able to offer some better options.

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The solution to this problem may lie in the printing itself. See if your printer can put both the top and the bottom label(s) on the same backing and align them. That way you can use any type of labeler you want, be it manual or semi-automatic. If you decide on the semi-auto labeler, you'll need to make sure the sensor on the machine is aligned with the bottom (or "wrap") label. The top (or "main" label) part will need to be spaced a little further apart.
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