The Rhino 4200 Industrial Label Printer has one-Touch “Hot Keys” that provide shortcuts for creating and formatting wire/cable wraps, flags, Code 39 and Code 128 bar codes, fixed-length, general and breaker labels. It prints on 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″ and 3/4″ wide industrial-strength labels in a variety of materials and colors – PLUS print directly on heat-shrink tubes.
Most address labels are a bright white color with black text printed on them. These serve the purpose they’re made for, but if you use colored envelopes, there is a label from Dymo that actually blends in with the envelope color.
Dymo Clear Address Labels (30254) are made from an opaque plastic material which when placed on a colored envelope (or other surface) will show the color of the surface through the label. The print/text on the labels will be black, so it is advised to use these labels on a light colored envelope. These look so much better than a white label on a colored envelope. See the entire range of Dymo Address Labels here.
The Dymo Label Printer range consists of models for Windows, Mac, Dos, Unix…. and there’s a whole bunch that don’t even need to be connected to a computer. The LabelWriter range are computer-connected, the LetraTag Range are purely non-computer-connected and the Rhino and LabelManager ranges have computer-connected and computer-independent models. There’s bound to be a Dymo Label Printer model to suit your needs.
Viewing any LCD screen in poorly light conditions can be a challenge. With the Dymo Rhino 6000 Industrial Label maker there’s 2 built-in easy-to-use features that make the screen a whole lot easier to view – and these 2 features will definitely help to make your job a whole lot simpler. Click here to learn more about using the backlight contrast on the Rhino 6000
Organizing your files is easy with a Dymo labeling machine. Whether it be a LabelWriter for labeling your individual file folders, or a LabelManager for color-coding, Dymo has a machine that can make your job simpler.
Additionally, if you have CDs or DVDs, there’s a LabelWriter label specifically designed for labeling them, and you could use a LetraTag to label the sleeve or case. Learn more about Dymo products here
You don’t have to use Dymo Shipping Labels just for creating shipping labels….. you can use them for so many other purposes, and one that is becoming more prevalent is ‘name badge labels’. If you just want a basic stick-on name badge and don’t want to buy-in lot’s of different label sizes, the shipping label might be your best bet. Want to know more? click here for more info on using Shipping Labels as Name Badges.