NEW - Dymo Rhino 6000 relaunched as Rhino 6000+
After discontinuing the Rhino 6000 in 2017, Dymo is now re-releasing the (improved) printer as the "6000+". The original 6000 was the only printer that could print the 24mm Rhino labels, so this left a huge gap in the range, as new customers couldn't use the larger tapes. Existing 24mm customers looking to buy printers for new engineers were also unable to buy a suitable printer.
It looks like Dymo have now recognised the problem and bowed to customer demand for a 24mm capable (and PC connectable) Rhino printer.
The new Rhino 6000 Plus is very similar to the old Rhino 6000 printer, but with the following improvements:
- Improved Robustness to Auto Cutter
- Longer Rechargeable and AA Battery Life (>66%)
- Original Rhino 6000 AA and Li Battery could achieve 3 x 7m D1 cassettes of printing (180 x 14cm labels). New Rhino 6000+ can achieve 5 x 7m D1 cassettes on AA (270 x 14cm labels 66% increase in
- battery life) and Li Battery up to 9 x 7m D1 cassettes (480 x 14cm labels 200% increase in battery life)
- Implementation of New 1D Barcode (Codabar) and 2D barcodes (QR and PDF417)
- Added Patch Panel Templates
- Warning Symbols, Fractions (Numbers), Arrows and Shapes added
- Complex 2D Layout of General, Asset Tracking and Materials Management Labels
- New label types –110 Block, Self laminate, improved Vertical Breaker, General label, Patch Panel, Improved Terminal Block
After several delays it looks like launch is definitely on track for mid-late January 2022.