Which Barcode Label Printer Is Right For Me?
Just added to the offering is a clear description of barcode label printers stating the differences based on the volume of labels printed in a day. There are many brands of printers, but Zebra is by far the most prevalent in the US. Built to last and supported right in Vernon Hills, IL, Zebra backs its product all the way.
To make a proper selection for a barcode label printer, first determine how many labels you will be printing in a day. Based on this, the selection becomes fairly easy. In most cases, to make custom labels with your printer, especially barcode labels, a 203 dpi printer will work. Although most models come with an option to move up to 300 dpi if need.
OK, here is the breakdown on printers. The entry level will be the tlp2844 model which is about to be replaced with the GK420t. This model is perfect if you are planning on printing 5oo labels per day or less. The printer sits right on the desc and has a very small foot print.
The next step would be to go with the S4M model. The price is still low on this and it contains a lot of plastic, but it is a tough label printer that can do up to 1,500 labels per day in production. This is a table top model which takes up a little more room then the 2844 model, but is ment for more label printing in a day.
If you require a quantity up to 3,000 labels to be printed in a day, then the model for you will be the ZM400 model which is a little beafier and is made to handle big jobs. This printer has both plastic and metal parts and has speeds up to 10 inches per second.
Many customers still require more and for this demanding customer, the 105SL is a good match. This is a fully metal construction that is rated to print up to 5,000 labels per day. Another in the series of industrial printers that sits on a table top and allows for multiple connection interfaces.
The final solution for the most demanding production needs is the 140xiIII Plus printer which is for continuous 24 hour duty cycles. This printer does not need a rest. It can print all day and night non stop. Well, you will have to change the ribbon and add more labels from time to time.
All of these printers have multiple models with cutter attachements, rewind options, and print head dpi options.
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