You can quickly create labels for special industrial applications on the Rhino 4200, such as wire/cable wrap, flag, breaker, or module. You can also create a fixed length label. Hot Keys are available for each of the label types.
The current label type is displayed in the Caption bar on the Rhino 4200 LCD screen. By default, the label type is General with no special formatting, text center aligned, and the length automatically determined by the amount of text. Read more about the Rhino 4200.
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.
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.
The Dymo LabelWriter 400 Series was replaced by the Dymo LabelWriter 450 Series back in 2009. The 400 series was extremely popular and there’s are 100,000′s of these still in use around the world.
The big differences between the older and newer series relate to print speed and resolution, and there’s a power-save feature built into the new 450 series too. Learn more here
Dymo Stamps offers a quick and convenient way to print your own postage. You print your own postage stamps (using Dymo Stamps item 30915). You affix the stamp to your mail and you’re all set. There’s no waiting in line at the Post Office to buy stamps. There’s a number of things that Dymo Stamps can do. Click here to find out more
The Dymo 450 LabelWriter range comprises 5 models, and although they all seem very similar, they are indeed quite ‘individual’ in their targeted user characteristics. Take for instance the LabelWriter 450 DUO. Appearance-wise it looks a heck of a lot like the other models in the range, but built into this little workhorse are 2 totally different print mechanisms. Learn more about the individual Dymo 450 models
Occasionally we get asked ‘who uses the Dymo LabelWriter 450‘ to print their labels ? The answer to that is not simple, and that’s because so many people from so many different backgrounds, working in so many different jobs, require labels for so many different purposes. The LabelWriter 450 is used in offices, warehouses, retail stores, even at home…… and quite extensively in healthcare establishments, ranging from Doctors, Dentists, Veterinarians and in Hospitals. Learn more about the LabelWriter 450 here.
In the Dymo Label Maker range there are all different types and sizes of printers that print labels for all different purposes. Ultimately though, the labels themselves are the determinant of which machine you’ll need for which purpose. Find out more here.
In the Dymo printer range of label makers there’s a wide variety of models that are all suited to specific applications, but in reality all models are very adaptable to be used for many different labeling requirements. See which model is best for making name badges (click here)
Labeling CD’s, DVD’s or BluRay discs is easy with a Dymo LabelWriter. In fact, Dymo have made it so simple by developing a circular label especially for discs…. and there’s Dymo’s free DLS labeling software that makes designing your labels so easy. Read more ……..