Please find below the manufacturers instructions for removing a jammed D1 tape from a LabelPoint or LabelManager label maker:
- Open the tape compartment and carefully remove the D1 tape cartridge.
- Across from the print head is the feed mechanism. This feed mechanism should appear to be a dull black. A tape/ink ribbon jam is present if the feed mechanism appears to be a shiny black or any other color. In this situation, straighten out a paper clip and GENTLY cut away at the tape/ink ribbon that may be caught around… Continue reading
The Dymo LabelManager 450D has now been officially discontinued. The top of the range machine has now been replaced by the new fancy touch screen Label Manager 500TS model, although this is quite a bit more expensive.
You might also want to take a look at the new LM420P as a replacement – it’s certainly cheaper than the old LM450, but it can’t print on 24mm tapes, and is handheld rather than desktop – If you need either of those you’re stuck with the LM500TS…
A common mistake when purchasing a label maker is to just buy the cheapest one available and assume it will do the job.
In fact the better way is to decide what you want to label, then find out which are the best types of label for that application, then find a label machine that can print those labels.
For example the Letratag range are low end consumer labels designed for smooth, clean, flat surfaces, while the Dymo D1 (Labelmanager) range is designed more for the office environment – but… Continue reading
Dymo Label Printers have a new promotion running on the brand new Dymo LabelManager 160 label maker (which replaces the now discontinued LabelManager 120p).
As well as offering the labelmaker at a low price, you can also bundle the printer with various packs of 3 labels. When you purchase the label bundle with the LM160 you save 50% on the labels – which is a great deal if you’ve seen the price of labels recently!
There are various different label bundles made up of the 3 most popular colours (white,… Continue reading
Dymo 1000, 2000, 3000, 3500, 4000, 4500, 5000, 5500, Dymo Pocket
The D1 labels still have exactly the same codes, so if you have one of these old machines don’t be fooled into thinking that just because the last label that worked was say a 45013 that you just need to buy another 45013 and it will work, because… Continue reading