Win £25 cash, or 5 runner up prizes of online vouchers worth £10 off any purchase of labels from www.dymo-label-printers.co.uk website (or cash equivalent for EU/US and ‘rest of the world’).
How to Enter
Simply upload a picture showing something you’ve labelled with your Dymo label printer, along with your labeller type and a quick comment. (type you comment below, then select a jpeg image using the ‘choose file’ button, then select ‘post comment’)
Make sure to enter your email address correctly (this won’t appear on the website) so we… Continue reading
Dymo have introduced a new range of coloured Vinyl tapes to their industrial/professional RhinoPRO range.
At first the colours may seem a bit odd (eg. brown & purple?) and some may question why the popular black on red has been replace with white on red. But it seems there is some sound reasoning behind the colour changes.
The new colour combinations have been created to meet the ANSI, ISO & OSHA standards which are now required in many facilities.
These include: ANSI Z535 (visual workplace), ISO 3864 (visual workplace), ANSI/ASME… Continue reading
There’s been much activity in the rhino range recently – first the discontinuation of the “black on red” and “black on green” tapes, and the 9mm Yellow and Orange tapes; then the addition of several new (and quite frankly strange) colours to replace them; then the addition of several new sizes for existing colours.
With all these new products comes a confusing hotch potch of different part numbers.
Previously, the rhino tapes had two part numbers – the 5 digit “legacy” code which they used to be known by, and… Continue reading
Dymo has recently expanded it’s Rhino range, filling in some of the gaps and fleshing out the 24mm sizes.
In the Polyester range the Clear tapes were previously only available in 9mm, but are now available in all sizes from 6mm-24mm. Metallic also adds 6 & 24mm tapes, while the white gains a 6mm size.
There’s no change to the Nylon range, but the Heat Shrink Tubing gains a 24mm tape in both white and yellow and the Vinyl range gains 24mm tapes across the board.
Here’s a list of… Continue reading
In this training session I’ll show you how to use counters (sequential / incremental numbering) in the Dymo Label Software. Counters allow you to show a number on the label and have it increment each time a label is printed, usually by 1 at a time but you can increment is by other amounts.
For the purposes of this training session we will use a fictional Auction company that wants to print Lot Number labels for each auction on a LabelWriter Twin label printer (though this functionality works exactly the… Continue reading