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.
It might be stating the obvious, but the most likely place you’ll see a Dymo Shipping Label is on a brown box. Since the 1990’s the shipping label has been used in Dymo LabelWriter printers as a quick and easy way to add a touch of professionalism when shipping boxes, tubes, padded bags as well as envelopes large and small. Find out more about Dymo Shipping Labels.
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
Some business have a lot of keys. A car rental company has a lot of keys, some motels have a lot of keys, storage facilities have a lot of keys. Enter the Dymo Label. Quite obviously, if you want to know what each key is for, you need to have some identifier on each keytag, whether it is a licence plate number, a room number or a storage shed number. It’s easy to simply handwrite an identifier on a keytag, but that just doesn’t look professional. A Dymo label can help, read more.
On the label Design tab in Dymo DLS software, you simply drag the ‘counter’ icon onto your label, position it and then double-click the counter field to setup the properties. And that’s where the power of the Dymo 4XL counter feature becomes evident. From the properties page you can setup attributes such as: text strings before and after the counter; start and end values; number of digits to display in the counter; show leading zero’s; font; background color; scaling; vertical text; alignment and rotation. More sequential Dymo 4XL label info
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.
There are so many uses for labels in Schools. Organizing in the classroom can be achieved by placing Dymo LetraTag Labels on items such as shelves, paint pots, paint brushes, books, pens, pencils, rulers, scissors, storage boxes… and the list goes on. There’s Clear, White, Hyper Yellow, Cosmic Red and Ultra Blue in the plastic range. There’s also a Metallic Silver and a White paper material. Click here to learn more.