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Friday, 21 July 2017  |  Dymo Sales
FAQ - Explanation of D1, Permanent, Nylon and Durable label differences

How do the durable labels (eg. 1978364) compare to the 'Permanent' D1 labels (eg. 16959)?

Posted in  FAQ
Monday, 17 July 2017  |  Tech Support
Solution: Invalid barcode data during import on Dymo LabelWriters (EAN-13)

If you receive the error "Barcode data is too long for this barcode type" in the Dymo Label software, or "Invalid barcode data" during import then this is the solution.

Thursday, 6 April 2017  |  Dymo Sales
Dymo LabelManager LM500TS - This product is now Discontinued

The Dymo LM500TS LabelManager has now been discontinued in the UK/EU. There is no direct replacement.

1 CommentSaturday, 1 April 2017  |  Dymo Sales
Dymo CardScan - This product is now Discontinued

The entire Dymo CardScan range has now been discontinued in the UK/EU, so that includes the Cardscan Personal, Executive and Team.

Friday, 24 February 2017  |  Tech Support
Dymo Durable Labels - Faded print on LM360D

The Durable D1 tapes have a slightly thicker material and on some machines with a low battery or where the temperature is not enough, the may be poor quality print on durable labels even though other D1 tapes seem fine... [more]

Wednesday, 16 November 2016  |  Admin
NEW Product - Dymo DURABLE D1 Tapes

Dymo have released a new range of D1 labels, called "DURABLE". These are a more wear and moisture resistant version of the regular D1 tapes.

Monday, 14 November 2016  |  Tech Support

How big is the printable area on the self-laminating tape (S0773860)

Posted in  FAQ
25 CommentsMonday, 10 October 2016  |  Tech Support

Latest Mac OS X (12.12 Sierra) driver and software for Dymo LabelWriter Printers - Download here

Tuesday, 4 October 2016  |  Tech Support
How to clean a Dymo LabelWriter DUO

If you are having image quality issues on a LabelWriter DUO printer, please try the following:

Sunday, 4 September 2016  |  Dymo Sales

The Dymo cashback promo is starting again this month and running to December 31st.

You can claim 20% cashback on orders between 50 and 99.99, and a whopping 40% cashback on orders between 100 and 500. Any part of the order over 500 would be ignored so that would be a maximum of 200 cashback in total.

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