Latest Dymo LabelWriter software application and drivers for Windows and Mac (version 8.5.1). For the full link listings of the latest and previous versions, see our article: Dymo LabelWriter Software / Driver Downloads Version 8.5.1
5S relates to a specific list of workplace activities that promote organization and efficiency. The 5S terms are Seiri (sorting), Seiton (straightening), Seiso (shining), Seiketsu (standardizing) and Shitsuke (sustaining). The 5S system originates from Japan and is finding it’s way into may organizations around the world. Before discussing how the Rhino 6000 Label printer can help labelling in the 5S system, it’s best to understand more about 5S first. Full story -> 5S Labeling Solutions with the Rhino 6000
A great labelling system is one where you slide out the old label and slip the new one in. The picture shows exactly this type of labelling system. The Rhino 18113 non-adhesive label (once printed) can be slid into the protective label holder. Simple, no fuss, no mess. When it comes time to change the label, the user slides the old label out and the new one goes in. full story -> Rhino 18113 non-adhesive labels on Warehouse Racks
The label in the picture is the Rhino 310-00 non-Adhesive Aluminum label. The user has created the label with the desired text, and then used the cable-tie slot punch to create the slots that the cable tie uses to adhere the label to the tube. Full article -> Pipe and Tube Marking made easy with Rhino 310-00 Aluminum Labels
Sifting through a container of nuts, bolts, screws and washers, looking for a particular item can be a frustrating experience. Finding that elusive screw can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. Imagine then being organized and knowing exactly where that particular size screw is? The Dymo 91333 LetraTag Cosmic Red label helps solve this problem. Full story -> Sort, Nuts, Bolts, Washers and Screws with Dymo 91333 Labels
In some instances, applying labels to cables and wire can be a challenging exercise. Peeling and sticking labels in a confined space or on ultra thin cables can pose difficulties for installers. Wrapping a label around a 1/8” thick cable is not a simple task – it’s tricky. Rhino 1805443 Heat Shrink Labels solve this problem. They provide a high-end labelling solution without the intricate fiddly process of applying adhesive labels to cables : full story - Low fuss labeling with Rhino 1805443 Heat Shrink Labels
The Rhino 4200 Label Maker is a very versatile labelling tool and enables the user to efficiently create industrial-strength labels for a lot of different purposes. It is well suited to Security System Installers for a number of reasons, and considering that it has a whole library of symbols and common terms already loaded into it, creating labels is a fast and efficient process. full story : Rhino 4200 for Security System Installers
Also on sale this week is the LabelManager PnP ($30 off), the LabelWriter 4XL and LabelWriter SE450 (both $20 off).
The Dymo 30370 label was first designed for Iomega Zip Disks. It fits perfectly on these disks, giving the user an ideal way to label the contents of the disk, and because it has a removable adhesive, you can easily peel it off without leaving any residue, then adhere your new label.
Zip drives are no longer manufactured – production ceased around 2003 – but the Dymo 30370 label is still proving to be a very popular choice. The reasons it is so popular is that it is a very versatile size (being almost square) and has the removable adhesive.
We’ve seen this label being used for many applications. From Name Badges to Prescription labels for Vets, and in between there’s users who adhere it to specimen bottles, sample bottles/jars, furniture and many other applications where a prominent label with residue-free glue is suitable.
The Dymo 30370 Zip Disk label is for use in Dymo LabelWriter printers. Printing on this label is easy, and you can print anything from simple text to barcodes and basic images. Note: the print will always be black because these are a thermal-direct label.
Most people use Dymo’s free DLS labelling software, but you can print from virtually any Windows or Mac application. In Dymo’s software there is a template already setup for this label. All you need to do is add your data/barcode/pics using the DLS software then start printing.