Monthly Archives: October 2015
Here at Labelzone we’re always coming up with ways to save you money. Our bulk boxes of genuine Zebra labels are possibly the cheapest around and with a lot of the most common sizes available for next day delivery. The quality of the Zebra consumables is outstanding but sometimes they won’t have a size you require or maybe you don’t need the large quantity bulk boxes they come in. We can supply the most common of sizes as individual rolls off-the-shelf for your convenience, and we can produce almost any size, shape, colour or material you require. Our own brand labels are of the highest quality and we will only produce bespoke labels to meet your exact specification.
Pros and cons of Zebra branded labels
Pros Cons Made and sold in bulk
It's just over a week until halloween! There's going to be plenty of parties as it's on a Saturday night and I know I'm going to one. Whether you're hosting a halloween party or kitting out the front of your house to look as spooky as possible, don't forget to label your cables! Allow me to set the scene: you've got all your friends and family round, the sound system is blaring your favourite music, the disco lights have set a great atmosphere and one friend remembers that one song you all love, and it's on their phone. You let them plug their phone into the sound system to play it but the battery is low so its charger needs to be plugged in.
It looks harmless enough but you know you've got a few too many plugs under the table. Going on a guess you pull one. It's the extension
Having never used a Casio printer I wasn't sure what to expect. I have never heard any feedback about their printers so usually no news is good news. I wasn't disappointed with the machine but there are a few things I both liked and disliked about the printer. It's an unusual but neutral looking unit; very square, white and grey with a few blue buttons. Once you've inserted the 6x AA batteries it immediately becomes a nicer heavier weight than its otherwise light, empty feeling. The batteries are located right in the hand grip which is comfortable to hold. Before I switch it on and go through using the handheld printer I'll list the key features first.
- 1 line 12 character display
- ABC keyboard
- Tape sizes 6 / 9 / 12 / 18 mm
- 10 mm per second print speed
- 200 DPI print
"What is the Dymo software like? How easy is it to produce a label? What can and can't it do?"These are the types of questions you're probably asking when thinking of buying your first Dymo printer. Hopefully this post will be able to answer your needs.
Firstly this is a review of the software on a Windows computer. The software on Mac may differ slightly but I have yet to try it. Installation was quite quick and painless. Connecting a printer directly through USB installed with no problem at all. I'm using a LabelWriter 450 Duo so I get to try printing on both die cut address labels and continuous D1 tape. In the software itself you can add a networked printer. The networked printer would be a normal one through a Dymo Print Server. Unusually just launching this install wizard it ends up crashing itself straight away and then it
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If you're printing labels on a daily basis in your office, warehouse, shop or even at home, then there is a chance you're using a Dymo product to do this.
Dymo is very well recognised globally for their printers and labels from industrial handhelds to office desktops. Dymo started in California in 1985 as an embossing company. In 2005 they acquired Newell Rubbermaid, a Fortune 100 company. Ever since then their product range has expanded to include card scanning solutions and shipping/mailing scales to name a couple. Dymo have been looking to make everyones lives easier and their first step to doing this has been making a web app so choosing the correct printer and labels can be done in a breeze. Watch the video above and visit the website to help make your choice.