When it comes to visitor management there’s a few ways to travel. You can opt for the traditional log-in / log-out book method, you can go electronic, or a combination of both. On top of logging people in and out of a facility, an extra layer of security comes with name badges. Name badges can be generic ones that are used over and over again, or they can be printed on-the-fly, containing a visitors name, company, photograph, even a barcode.
With Dymo 30911 Time Expiring Labels there’s an extra security feature built-in, because after a period of 12 hrs the label will become void. It’s a very simple process and these labels give you enough scope of personalization to contain whatever data (name, photo etc) suits your needs.
First you start with a Dymo 30911 Label (see pic) and using Dymo’s free DLS software (or compatible Visitor Management Software) you create a label for the visitor. Once the label is printed you simply apply the circular time-expiring label over the STOP sign. In 12 hrs the circular label becomes transparent so you can see the STOP sign clearly. The name badge label is now void.
Dymo’s 30911 labels can be used in any Dymo LabelWriter (except for older models 310/315). A Dymo LabelWriter is a purpose-built label printer primarily designed for printing address and shipping labels, but also perfect for printing file-folder labels, CD/DVD labels, price-tag labels, and of course Name Badges.
If you’re in a market that requires you to hand out sample cards or tags, using a clear label to identify the sample could be high on your list of needs. The Dymo 45800 3/4″ label does just this.
Take for instance a business that manufactures counter tops. The business may have 100′s of different colors and textures available. They may use off-cuts as their samples or they may have hang tags made up – either way they would need to label/identify the name of the counter top material. Traditionally these businesses would hand-write details of the sample or adhere a standard white label with identifying markings, i.e. name, color.
The Dymo D1 45800 Clear Label enables you to label the sample without compromising the look of the sample. This label is clear, so you can see right through it, thus the sample keeps it’s original appearance, but it has a professional-looking descriptive label on it.
Dymo D1 labels work in Dymo-branded LabelManager label makers. These devices start at sub $30 and the top-end models are around the $200 mark. The label used in the picture above is a 3/4″ wide label, so you would need a LabelManager that supports 3/4″ labels.
Labelling your file folders is quick and easy with a Dymo LabelWriter (any model will do) and a pack of Labelcity 125130 / Dymo 30327 labels. As depicted, these labels are white, the print is black and they fit perfectly on file folders, making your filing a whole lot more organized and aesthetically pleasing.
To print your filing labels, all you need is Dymo’s free DLS label software (and of course a Dymo LabelWriter). Getting started you select the correct label template (Dymo 30327) in the DLS software, add the text you want then print. It’s that simple. You can use virtually any font loaded on your PC or Mac, and also apply font editing such as Bold, Italic, size scaling (scales automatically to fit the label). Additionally, you can add graphics and barcodes too. The Dymo softward prints a wide variety of barcodes, including: code 39, code 128, EAN, UPC and even QR Codes.
The Dymo 30327 / Labelcity 125130 labels measure exactly 9/16″ x 3-7/16″ (14x87mm). These labels are sold in packs of 2 rolls and you get 130 labels on each roll (260 labels per pack). This is a standard Dymo label size and has been used in CoStar and Dymo printers since the 1990′s – this size is compatible with all Dymo/CoStar LabelWriters.
Like all Dymo LabelWriter labels, the name of the label is just a guide – you can use this label for other uses too – you aren’t restricted to using it for just File Folders. Some people use these to put a name on a book (i.e. school book), some people use them in the pantry. It’s a very versatile size, and the uses are endless.
Rhino Flexible Nylon Labels have a large number of uses. Specifically designed for curved surfaces they are perfect for labelling cables because they have enough flexibility not to lose adhesion when the cable is moved or bent.
The Rhino 18491 Flexible Nylon 3/4″ Yellow label is ideal for labelling cables of any thickness. To create labels using this material we use a method called label wrapping. Basically the desired text is printed repeatedly on the same label on consecutive lines (the number of lines is determined by the thickness of the cable and the font size selected). Once the label is printed, you peel off the backing sheet and wrap it around the cable. The label will overlap itself and form a strong bond. Because the desired text is printed a number of times, no matter which angle you view the label from you’ll be able to read the label.
Like all 3/4″ Rhino labels, the 18491 label can be used in all current Rhino Label Printers, including the ultra-affordable Rhino 4200. The Rhino 4200 is a feature-packed label maker designed for industrial applications, and is priced under $70.
There are a lot of other uses for Rhino 18491 Flexible Nylon labels, but cable marking is probably it’s best fit. In a matter of seconds you can print easily readable labels that will no doubt make cable identification much easier.
There’s a large number of methods for labelling wires and cables. From basic methods such as using a Sharpie, to more elaborate purpose-built label machines, there’s bound to be a solution for your next project.
Rhino 18054 Yellow Heat Shrink Tubes 3/8″ give you high-end cable identification at an affordable price. You simply print on your label / tube using a Dymo Rhino Label Maker (which also helps cut the tube to length) and apply to the wire or cable using a heat gun.
The Rhino 18054 Heatshrink tube is 5′ long (approximately 1.5m) and fits onto cables ranging from 1.9mm to 5.7mm (AWG 12 – AWG 4). It is manufactured in a distinctive yellow color for easy identification, it is UL recognized as a component to UL 224, it meets MIL-STD-202G, MIL-M-81531 and SAE-OTL 23053/5 (Class 1 & 3), and it is RoHS compliant.
Rhino heat shrink products are readily available from Labelcity for shipping throughout North America and many other countries. here’s a link to the full range of Rhino Heat Shrink Labels / Tubes.
When you compare the specs of the Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo (1752265) with the Dymo LabelWriter 450 (1752264) there doesn’t appear to be much difference between the 2 models. They both use the same software, they both print at the same resolution, they are the same size, color etc – in fact apart from the word “Turbo” printed on the Turbo model, they look identical.
There are some very important differences though, and you might want to consider them before you choose which one to buy.
Dymo LabelWriter printers all use Dymo’s free DLS software for creating and printing labels. Additionally, since they use standard Windows and Mac printer drivers, you can print to them from virtually any application. More common apps include Microsoft Word and Excel, Microsoft Outlook and Mac Contacts.
LabelWriters all print at 300dpi, and can print simple text, graphics and a wide range of barcodes. Print speed is where the models differ though, with all models except the non-Turbo being capable of printing at around 72 Address Labels per minute (this figure is based on a 4-line address label). The non-Turbo does around 50 Address labels per minute. So that’s the first difference between the LabelWriter 450 Turbo and the non-Turbo. The Turbo is around 40% faster.
The other difference is compatibility with Dymo Stamps. Dymo Stamps is an innovative way for you to print your own postage at home/work without having to line up at the post office to buy stamps. You actually print your postage stamps on your Dymo LabelWriter. The Dymo LabelWriter 450 Turbo supports printing from Dymo Stamps, the non-Turbo model does not.
And that’s it. That’s a quick comparison between the LW 450 Turbo and the LW 450. The Turbo is faster, and it supports Dymo Stamps.
Dymo’s Rhino range of labelling products are tailored to the ‘industrial’ segment of the label market. Rhino label makers are cost-effective, simple to use and offer a wide variety of label materials and colors.
Furthermore, when it comes to labelling cables and wire, there’s bound to be a solution for your needs because the Rhino range covers all bases with options including (i) flags (ii) wraps, and (iii) Heat-Shrink Tubes.
Rhino Heat-shrink Tubes coming in 2 colors (white and yellow) with black print. They are available in a number of sizes (1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″ and 1″) and the size you require will be dependent upon the size of the cable or wire you are labeling.
The Rhino 18057 Heat Shrink Label is a 3/4″ White tube with a shrink ratio of 3:1 (like all Rhino Heat Shrink products). It is suited to cables and wires ranging in diameter from 0.159″ to 0.476″ (4.032mm to 12.096mm). Another measurement guide would be 6 AWG to 4/0+ AWG.
DYMO Heat-Shrink Tubes meet the following certifications: – UL recognized as a component to UL 224 – Meets MIL-STD-202G, MIL-M-81531 and SAE-OTL 23053/5 (Class 1 & 3) – RoHS compliant
Use the following link to find out more about Rhino 18057 White Heat shrink Tubes and to see pricing.
If you need to put just a little bit of identifying information on a CD or DVD, the Dymo Inner Core CD/DVD label (30886 / 120886) is the ultimate label choice. It measures 1-1/3″ in diameter and covers just the inner core of the disc you affix it to.
You can print a variety of information on this label, and even though it is quite small, users print anything from simple text (i.e. “Backup Disc 1″) to more complex printing that can include images and barcodes. We’ve seen these labels being used in Video Stores, home DVD collections, on backups of music CD’s, backups of Movie DVD’s and in large corporate electronic storage libraries.
Barcodes are extremely useful in CD / DVD storage libraries, and there are a number of different barcode symbologies you can print from your Dymo LabelWriter, such Code 39, Code 128, EAN, UPC and QR codes. Even though this label is small, the 300dpi print quality allows for printing small high quality barcodes.
To print on these labels you will need a Dymo LabelWriter. The LabelWriter is an inexpensive label maker that enables you to print labels for a wide range of purposes, such as : Address, Shipping, Filing, Name Badge etc. From around $80 the Dymo LabelWriter is a handy tool to have around the home or office.
Link to the Dymo 30668 / 120668 Inner Core CD / DVD labels in our shop.
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.