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I currently have a zeeeebra lp2844 printer which i use to print labels for addresses.

In the near future i will need to start having my own product labels. Do any of you guys do this? What printers do you use? Is it expensive?
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Brother seems to have a nice line of product label printers
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Thanks man. I will have a look into this. Do you use label printers a all?
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I found using a laser printer with some label sheets work best. You can print the shipping label on one half and the packing list on the other. I use this

This is just an example though as there are tons of different variations but they are really handy and are compatible with any printer (laser or inkjet).
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Thanks man. I will have a look into this. Do you use label printers a all?
Currently, I dont have the volume to need label printers - I still do it old school by hand or printing on the sticky sheet hah
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Making your own labels via printer is a bit different from using hands..

Got the impression design/ layout was involved too

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I prefer Canon Pixma for self-created labels. Being an all in one variety there is a good choice of models to use. Price range is good and cost of replacement inks not too high

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Thanks I will look at come canons. I will need to be putting some bar codes on the labels. I will have to pay for bar codes won't I?
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Dymo label printers? They look good and no ink being thermal although I'm not sure how cost effective they are but they certainly look the job and print speed wise there good if your quite a big operation.

I think if my operation increase id be looking to upgrade to one from my inkjet printer and Avery label sheets which I currently use now. Not the best but its just for address printing really
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Dymo label printers? They look good and no ink being thermal although I'm not sure how cost effective they are but they certainly look the job and print speed wise there good if your quite a big operation.
Dymo Label Writers the best. This printer is integrated into the selection of possible printers with eBay USPS and PayPal. Very fast and can save lots of time. With the sticky label, life is good. You still need a regular printer inkjet or laser to print packaging slips.
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Brother seems to have a nice line of product label printers
This is really true. I purchased Brother HL-2270DW along with additional cartridge and the toner set - it's the best and cheapest machine for labels ever!
But please note, that if your printer already comes with filled cartridge, it will be only half-full with toner. After refill it will last 3 times longer. Also note that there are 2 different sizes of cartridge. Hope it will help.
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