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  1. Dymo Label Printers & Dymo Labels

    Dymo Label Printers

    Dymo label printers have been around for decades. Since the early days of the manual embossing tools the Dymo name has been synonymous with quality and reliability. The current range of Dymo label printers still includes the embossing tools but primarily features electronic label printers for the B2B, SME and home office markets. The Dymo label printer is a common sight on desks due to the lower prices of ranges like the Dymo LabelWriter and the Dymo LabelManager.

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    Dymo LabelWriter Printers

    The current generation of Dymo LabelWriters are the most comprehensive range yet. With six models to choose from it’s without doubt that the LabelWriter 450 Turbo is the most popular. The current line-up includes the Dymo XL which offers a maximum print width of 100mm (4”) making it ideal for large shipping labels or

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  2. Dymo Labelwriter Label Printer Range

    The Dymo LabelWriter range has been around for many years and is still as popular as ever. It’s just a great low cost, versatile desktop labelling solution which appeals to everyone from the home user to a large warehouse.

    From the very first models, the functionality of the LabelWriters hasn't changed apart from the cosmetic appearance. The speed at which a single address label can be produced has, in our opinion, been the key factor in the Dymo LabelWriters success. The Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo is extremely quick when it comes to the “first label out” and short to medium print runs of labels will be output in no time.

    Dymo have produced a good selection of labels to use with the LabelWriters. The most popular sizes are the standard and large address labels but it is worth remembering that small sizes such as the 19mm x 51mm Multi-Purpose labels (part number S0722550) can be used to create barcode labels, part number labels, even file or folder labels.

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  3. Dymo LabelWriter Software Review

    "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.

    Installation

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    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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  4. Using BarTender With Brother QL & Dymo LabelWriter Printers

    Please note: the following tutorial will not work with BarTender Ultralite. The minimum edition requirement required is BarTender Basic.


    BarTender is well known for working with our LabelStation printers, Zebra, TEC and TSC printers. One question that has come to my attention, is whether or not it would work with lower budget printers such as Brother and Dymo. Obviously this needed to be investigated. I'm using BarTender Enterprise Automation, which is the highest edition available, but this tutorial will work with all editions except for Ultralite.

    Does it actually work?

    The short answer is yes, it works like a charm. The long answer is yes, but you need to set everything yourself. Don't be put off by the long answer. This would be the same case if you were using the BarTender software with a LabelStation, Zebra or

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  5. Dymo LabelManager 260P Review

    This product is discontinued. For our full range of current printers please click here.

    The Dymo LabelManager 260P is lightweight, fits snugly in your hand at 120 x 173 x 62mm, and is inviting to use. If you are a ‘qwerty’ keyboard orientated user then the alphabetically laid out keys of printers like this can initially slow down your typing, but how little this matters when there is so much compensation in the printer’s overall ease of use. The 260P uses the D

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  6. Dymo Labelwriter 450 Turbo Label Printer Review

    Print Quality: 9-stars
    Print Speed: 10-stars
    Versatility: 8-stars
    Ease of Setup:
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  7. Using BarTender With Brother QL & Dymo LabelWriter Printers

    Please note: the following tutorial will not work with BarTender Ultralite (which is an edition supplied with some printers). The minimum edition required is BarTender Basic.


    BarTender is well known for working with our LabelStation printers, Zebra, TEC and TSC printers. One question that has come to my attention, is whether or not it would work with lower budget printers such as Brother and Dymo. Obviously this needed to be investigated. I'm using BarTender Enterprise Automation, which is the highest edition available, but this tutorial will work with all editions except for Ultralite.

    Does it actually work?

    The short answer is yes, it works like a charm. The long answer is yes, but you need to set everything yourself. Don't be put off by the long answer. This would be the same case if

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  8. Dymo Durable LabelWriter Labels Overview and Test

    Paper labels have always been good for general, office, and courier use. The only down side is that paper is easy to damage. Dymo has been the odd one out in terms of material selection for their LabelWriter labels... until now.

    Why choose a different material?

    Features:

    • Industrial adhesive provides a permanent fixture to more challenging surfaces like metal, textured PVC, glass and wood.
    • Protective coating resists damage from abrasion, oils and cleaning products.
    • High-grade material means the label can withstand temperatures from -18°C to +50°C.
    • Moisture-resistant design withstands damp conditions and rain up to 85% humidity.

    The new Dymo Durable labels are more resistance to cleaning, chemicals, rain, temperatures and challenging surfaces. It's almost like you're upgrading your printer by only upgrading your labels. Use your labels for outdoors, on floors, on pallets and tools, on frozen i

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  9. 2016 Electrician Printers: Brother vs. Dymo

    In case you haven't seen any previous blog posts, the industrial Brother printer models start with "PT-E" and the industrial Dymo models start with "XTL". Here's a comparison of the 2016 models that will be on the market for the next few years. Use the checkboxes below to filter out different models of printers to help you compare fewer models.

    Compare:
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  10. Dymo Rhino 4200 Review

    The Dymo Rhino 4200 has been around for a long time. I thought it would be worth doing this little review as it's a great value printer for what it does. As I type this, the printer is on offer at £34.49 +VAT with free standard delivery, which puts it in great competition with the Brother PT-E series. This print features a great selection of tape materials and printable label types for any electrician or communications installer.


    Features

    Information about the features of this printer are very sparse. This is what I've found from the Dymo specification sheet:

    • QWERTY keyboard.
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