Got a lot of keys on a lot of key rings / chains and have to rummage through them all to find the ones you want? Maybe you’re just in the mood to organize your keys. Either way, a Dymo LetraTag can help, and it only takes a matter of seconds to print a label and stick it on your keys.
This article describes just how easy it is.
Starting with a Dymo LetraTag label maker (pre-loaded with a Dymo LetraTag 91331 Plastic Label tape) we simply entered the text ‘BOBS KEYS’ followed by pressing the SPACE key 5 times and then typing ‘BOBS KEYS’ again. After pressing the PRINT button we get the label shown above.
Next we peel off the back of the label, feed it half way through the keyring, then press both halves back to back to make a tag-like label (see picture). It really is a simple way to label your keys and it only takes a few moments to do. Wrapping half of the label back onto the other half creates adhesion that can’t be peeled away easily, meaning that the label won’t be coming off in a hurry. Also, we opted for the ‘plastic’ label tape because the ‘paper’ won’t last as long given that it tears easily. With the plastic label, the only way it will come off the keyring is if it is cut off.
We used the DYMO LetraTag Plus LT-100T Label Maker (1733013) to create this label, but you can get the same label using the handheld model (Dymo 21455).
Making labels for cables is easy on the Dymo Rhino 4200 label printer. In fact, this is one of the uses that the 4200 was specifically designed for.
If you’ve ever ended up with a birds nest of cables when putting together your home theatre system, a Rhino 4200 will definitely help to declutter the mess. This artical is about how we created a label that wraps around a TV coax cable. Almost identical steps can be taken to create labels for all kinds of cables.
In our Rhino 4200 we had already loaded a 19mm Yellow label tape (Dymo 45808 D1 label tape). After switching on the label maker we pressed the WIRE/CABLE hot key and scrolled until got to COAX and pressed OK. We then pressed the SIZE hot key until it got to 18pt. Finally we used the keypad to type the text ‘TV’, then pressed the print button.
The label that came out looked like this:
To apply it to the cable you simply stick the part that has no text printed on it on the cable, then wrap the rest of it around the cable.
See the images below for how it ends up looking on the cable.
The Dymo Rhino 4200 is a very affordable label maker from Dymo and takes a wide variety of labels sizes and colors. it uses 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ and 3/4″ labels from Dymo’s D1 Label range and the Rhino label range.
Normally the length of a label is determined by the length of the text string you want to print. If you want to print a sequence of say 10 characters, by default that label will be shorter than a label that is 15 characters long. On the Dymo Rhino 6000 you can actually specify the length of the label, irrespective of how much text you want to print on it. Learn more : Dymo Rhino 6000 fixed length labels
The Dymo LabelWriter Spool is made of 2 parts. The main part is a black circular disc with a spindle protruding from the middle of it. The other part is a black disc with a hole at the center. The disc slides over the spindle and locks the label roll into place. Why would I need a replacement spool? The LabelWriter spool is made of hard plastic and they don’t break easy. In the unlikely case that you do happen to break yours, then it’s simply a matter of ordering one from Labelcity.com…. Read more about Dymo LabelWriter replacement spool.
One use for a Dymo LetraTag label maker that you probably have seen if you have ever visited a marble / granite / stone supplier is for identifying different stones in the store. There’s a number of different color labels available for use in the LetraTag, so depending on the color of the stone, there will be a label that suits. Learn more about the Dymo LetraTag for identifying different stone types.
The Dymo LabelWriter 4XL is the largest label printer in the Dymo range. It enables users to print labels as small as ½” x ½” right up to 4”x 6” and it does this with high resolution of 300dpi. LabelWriter’s print text and graphics from most popular applications like Outlook, Word, Excel, Quickbooks and many others, or you can use Dymo’s own free DLS software which includes Address Fixer. Learn more about the Dymo LabelWriter 4XL and address fixer here.
Rhino labels are perfect for labeling HVAC pipes because they are durable, come in a variety of materials and colors. Some are better suited to flat surfaces and for labeling along a pipe, and others are better suited for curved surfaces or around pipes.
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