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Dymo Printer Labels

Labelling can be a real chore, especially when it’s best to keep the text uniform and written clean. Of course, a good way to automate things is by printing them out using a computer, a printer, and some sticker paper, but that presents its own hassles and challenges. That is why a Dymo printer is a good investment if you run a shop, want to label your drawers, or just plain love labelling things.

Label Printers

Choosing the right printer depends on certain criteria. Do you want a fast but significantly pricier printer? The LabelWriter 450 Turbo can print up to 71 four-line address labels per minute while allowing you to print and customise address labels, shipping labels, and more. It’s a great office tool for expediting label-making if you don’t mind a higher price tag. If you intend to use the printer casually but conveniently, the MobileLabeler is a handy one to have. It connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth, and you can design your label all in the app. It can make labels in many colours of up to 1-inch widths using Dymo label printer paper. The printer works not only with iOS and Android, but it can also connect to a PC or Mac using the Dymo Label software.

Thermal Printer Labels

One of the fastest ways to print is by using Dymo thermal printer labels with compatible printers from the brand. There come in rolls and work with popular models like the LabelWriter 450 Turbo. Unlike regular printers, thermal printers save on costs because there is no ink or printer toner involved. The paper used is thermochromic, meaning it produces colour when heat is applied to it. It also means more durability because the printer has fewer moving parts than a colour printer. Best of all, thermochromic paper can support various colours.

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