Need a bright red warning label? We used the Rhino 1805416 Vinyl label to create a weight limit warning label on a painters ladder. Effective, and it took just a few seconds to make. It’s a durable label too….. full story -> Rhino 1805416 Warning Label on a Painters Ladder
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.
A Dymo LabelWriter 450 is the perfect weapon to have in your arsenal when it comes time to label bubble mailers en masse.
The Dymo LabelWriter 450 connects to Windows and Mac computers and enables you to print Address / Shipping Labels right from the free bundles Dymo Software or from your favourite applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook, as well as from Mac contacts…… and almost any other program that can send print jobs.
If you’re using Outlook or Mac Contacts to print your address or shipping labels, you simply use the built-in widget that get’s loaded into your app when you install the Dymo software. You select the contact, press the Dymo icon (drop-down menu link) and print your label. If you’re using Dymo’s own free DLS software, it’s a very similar approach. You either add a new contact then print the labels, or select an existing contact(s) and print.
A finishing touch to your newly addressed bubble mailer would be to add a return address on the back. Again, using Dymo’s DLS software you would simply call up an existing Return Address label template that you had already made up and print ……. then peel the backing off the label, stick it on the mailer and you’re all set.
Dymo LabelWriters were originally designed over 15 years simply to print address and shipping labels. Printing labels for Bubble Mailers is a fundamental use of Label Writer printers and using this type of label adds a lot of professionalism to your mail pieces.
Sticking a bright white address label on a nice colored envelope can look a little tacky. If you’re going to the trouble and expense of using fancy, professional-looking envelopes, is it not a good idea to use a label that kind of flows with the envelope?
There is a simple solution, and it comes in the form of Dymo 30254 Clear Address Labels. And even though these labels are called “address” labels, you don’t have to use them solely for addressing envelopes – you can use them for whatever suitable purpose you desire.
Printing on the Dymo 30254 labels is the same as printing on any Dymo LabelWriter label. using Dymo’s free DLS or most other Windows/Mac applications, you simply print your address, peel off the backing sheet and affix the label to your envelope.
As you can see in the picture above, because the label is transparent, the color of the envelope shows through the label and all you see is the address. It’s a far more polished look than a bright white standard label.
The Dymo 30254 labels is compatible with all Dymo LabelWriter models – even models dating back to the late 1990’s. Each label measures 1-1/8″ x 3-1/2″ (28x89mm) and a roll of 30254 contains 130 labels. Like all Dymo labels, it is recommended that these labels are stored in a cool dry place, out of direct sunlight, when not being used.
The Dymo LabelManager 360D is a very versatile label maker, and at less than $70 it’s a very affordable tool to have around the office or warehouse. The 360D is useful for 100’s of different purposes. it prints on Dymo’s D1 label tapes in 4 different size (1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ and 3/4″) which come in a wide variety of colors.
Today we’re looking at a very simple use for the LM 360D – making labels for filing drawers.
As you can see in the image, a simple white label with black print was used. The label used is of size 1/2″ wide. Black on white is the most commonly used, but other colors in this 1/2″ label size include : Black-on-clear, Blue-on-clear, Red-on-clear, Blue-on-white, Red-on-white and a handful of other color combinations.
To create the labels is a simple process. With the LabelManager 360D you simply type your desired text and print. If you don’t like the default or last-used font, you can choose from 3 fonts, 7 font sizes, 7 text styles, and 8 different box styles or underline. And the beauty of the 360D is that it has a WYSIWYG LCD screen (what you see is what you get), so you get to see what the text will look like before you print.
One of the biggest selling points of the LabelManager 360D is that it utilizes a lithium-ion battery – the same technology used to power cell phones and laptop computers. You don’t need AA batteries to power it. Simply charge it up and start printing labels.
Some cabling environments are a little harsher than others, and those instances require labels on cables that are less vulnerable. Rhino 1734821 Self-Laminating Labels protect the printed text on your labels from exposure to solvents, abrasives, water and oil. Furthermore, the adhesive on these labels is industrial-strength and resists high temps, moisture Ultra Violet light.
Rhino Self Laminating labels are different to most other cable labels in that they have a transparent self-laminating flap that wraps over the printed text/graphic/barcode, locking the data in, and protecting it from the elements.
These labels are 1″ wide and you can print a number of lengths, depending on the thickness of your cable or wire. To print on these labels you will need a Dymo Rhino Label maker such as the Rhino 6000. The Dymo Rhino 6000 label printer is an ideal labeling tool for datacomm, professional Audio/Video, security and electrical systems, as well as all types of labeling throughout commercial buildings, factories, warehouses, and even homes.
Printing Paypal Shipping Labels is simple. If you sold an eBay item with Paypal as the payment method, you can simply go ahead and print the shipping label directly from Paypal using Dymo 99019 Labels.
If you have sold items elsewhere and the customer used Paypal as the payment method, then all of their details will be pre-loaded in your Paypal account, so printing the shipping labels directly from PayPal is just as simple.
To print Shipping Labels from Paypal you follow a wizard within PayPal (so there’s no need to remember all of this).
First you need to log into your PayPal account and go to your recent activity page, or search for the transaction you want to print the label for. For transactions where the payment has completed, you will actually see a link that says “print shipping label”. Click this link. Next you choose the carrier and service options you would like to use (UPS or US Postal Service). You can also choose options such as insurance.
Providing your Dymo LabelWriter is connected and loaded with Dymo 99019 PayPal/eBay Shipping labels, you’ll have a label ready for package in no time.