Traffolyte Labels - Customising Guide 

How Can I Customise Traffolyte?

We make creating your own custom traffolyte labels easy and hassle free. We know every job is unique and that’s why we have created our process to ensure you get your labels exactly the way you want them.


  • Step 1 - Size, Shape & Quantities

We’re pretty flexible with label sizes, and quantities. We can laser cut anything, so it’s really up to you to decide what you need.

Size - The maximum size we can do is approximately 600mm x 400mm. If you’re not sure exactly what size you require, just let us know what the height of your text will be and we can work out an appropriate label size

Shape - Tell us what it needs to look like and where it needs to fit. We can include cut outs for switches and dials if you need.


  • Step 2 - Design & Colours

Now we help you decide what the labels will look like.

Design Variations - Let us know what you want to include - do you want text or a logo? We also need to know if you want multiple different designs (e.g. labels with text variations) or if you just require a single design.

Colours - Below is a chart of the most common colour combinations we print. You can also download a PDF version of our colour chart.

 Traffolyte Label Colour Options Australia


  • Step 3 - Extras

This last step is where you decide if you need any extras.

Adhesive Backing - We can add an adhesive sheet to the back of your labels for fixing if you require.

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What is Traffolyte?

Traffolyte, also known as Traffolite, is a plasic product with multiple layers that is used for engraving. It is most commonly found in industrial environments, due to it’s cost-effective and durable properties.

The actual material is called phenolic plastic and it is generally made up of three different layers – a core layer, and two coloured layers. By layering the different colours, when a design on the top layer is engraved away, the other colours will show through.

What is Traffolyte Used For?

Traffolyte is a material that you will most often see used for identification purposes. The most common applications are labels, plates and nametags.

It’s also often a material you will see used for labeling switchboards and machines as it’s extremely durable and has good insulating properties, which is always a plus when you’re working with electrical equipment. 


We’re traffolyte label makers based in Melbourne, and we deal with a wide range of requests across Australia. If you need a custom label to be created please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 1300 393 577 or request a Quick Quote. Or feel free to keep reading the rest of our Testimonials.