DYMO LabelWriters are a very popular and commonly used thermal label printer. Thermal label printers use heat instead of ink to print labels. That means you do not need to buy any ink cartridges for these printers! You will, however, need special labels for DYMO LabelWriters. These labels are relatively inexpensive and widely available due to the popularity of DYMO printers.
DYMO LabelWriters are versatile and can print a lot of what your business may need. Some of the more common things printed with a DYMO printer are:
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Zebra printers also use thermal paper to print. Unlike DYMO LabelWriters, Zebra offers printers that have both direct thermal and thermal transfer capabilities. The thermal transfer process requires the use of a ribbon, typically made of resin, wax, or a combination of both. With this process, the heating element melts the ink off the ribbon onto the label. This process is very popular to print barcodes and for shipping purposes as they are more durable than direct thermal.
Zebra printers are versatile and are used across many different industries. Some examples of industries utilizing Zebra printing solutions are:
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Our pre-made labels will ship within 24 hours and custom labels / orders made specifically for you will ship within 6 days. Nev’s Ink operates at a low cost, and we are proud to pass those savings on to you. For more information, click here, or give us a call at 1-800-638-7465.