Crazy Dave’s is currently selling dymo 99012 labelwriter labels for £9.99/ea or £8.99/ea if you take a box of 48 or more. While historically that’s quite expensive there have been several price hikes from Dymo in the last couple of years, so this is now the cheapest we can find anywhere.
Custom Dymo Labels are now available in the UK. After a very long wait you can now buy genuine Dymo Labels in custom sizes, with your own choice of adhesives, and/or pre-printed in full colour. There is also the choice of non-adhesive card for name badges etc.
Due to the high setup costs there is a minimum order of 20,000 labels, which is approx 40-80 rolls depending on the number of labels per roll. This means it’s not practical for short run labels, but it is useful for customers that… Continue reading
In this training session I’ll show you how to use counters 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.
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 same for the rest of the LabelWriter range, I just happen to have a Twin connected to this… Continue reading
If you are experiencing “wonky text”, the label moving about, and the printer reporting out of paper when there are still plenty of labels loaded then the cause is incorrect loading of the labels. Please see the following diagram on how to correctly load the labels:
If there is a gap between the labels and the edges of the spools the labels will drift along the spool, this will then cause the labels to drift across the printhead (leading to skewed text) and also drift past the paper sensor which… Continue reading
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