When we talk about Dymo Address Labels, we’re not just talking about plain white labels that are used just for adding an Address to an envelope. That’s what address labels were initial meant for, but the size of these labels makes them suitable for a whole host of other purposes. Some people use them to label shelves in office or warehouses, some people use them to display ingredients in packaged food items, some people use them for barcoding and some use them for filing purposes. That’s just 4 alternate uses, and there are literally hundreds more. There’s a lot more to learn about Dymo Address Labels.
The new Dymo Label Printer lineup covers everything from Address, Shipping & Postage labels, right through to Industrial-strength labels that can be exposed to UV, light solvents… and there’s even heat shrink tubes. The LabelWriter range is the most popular, and these models are perfect for anything office requiring labels for purposes such as addressing/shipping, filing, name badges, and labelling media such as CD’s DVD’s, video tapes, 8mm tapes and floppy diskettes……..
Have a peek at our Dymo Label Printer page for more information.
This is some very technical information, but it is quite interesting. The Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo print head prints the image onto the label by heating a row of resistive elements; this blackens the thermally sensitive label material. These 672 resistive elements are .085 mm square and are spaced at 300 per inch on the print head. Read more here
Using a Dymo Rhino label printer can add a true touch of professionalism to any job. Instead of hand-writing labels on a patch panel or rack, using Dymo’s in-built templates, you can print labels that make your job stand out from the rest. And to take it one step further, Dymo Rhino labels are available in a number of different materials (including heat-shrink tubes) meaning that you can sign your job with the ultimate level of professionalism by labelling cables and wires too.
It might be stating the obvious, but the most likely place you’ll see a Dymo Shipping Label is on a brown box. Since the 1990’s the shipping label has been used in Dymo LabelWriter printers as a quick and easy way to add a touch of professionalism when shipping boxes, tubes, padded bags as well as envelopes large and small. Find out more about Dymo Shipping Labels.