|包装清单||Dymo Labelwriter 450 Thermal Label Printer (1752264), Copier Labels, Dymo Stamps Software To Print Usps-Approved Postage Directly From Your Desktop|
|型号||450 Thermal Machine|
DYMO 标签打印机 450 热能 (1752264)(需配变压器)
DYMO Label Printer | LabelWriter 450 Direct Thermal Label Printer, Great for Labeling, Filing, Mailing, Barcodes and More, Home & Office Organization
- 使用内置DYMO软件直接从电脑打印美国邮局认证的邮票-免手续费、 合同或每月承诺
- 在易剥离的胶带上打印 (1/4-，3/8-，或 1/2 英寸大小)。热敏打印不需要墨水或碳粉
- 可连接到 PC 或 Mac，可从 Word、 Excel、 Outlook、 QuickBooks 和其他程序打印标签
- ELIMINATE THE WASTE AND HASSLE OF SHEET LABELS: The LabelWriter 450 prints precise quantities without difficulty
- NEVER BUY INK AGAIN: Direct thermal printing technology eliminates the cost of ink and toner
- SPEEDY LABELING: Use the included DYMO software to quickly create and print address, file folder, and barcode labels up to 51 labels per minute
- EASILY CUSTOMIZE AND PRINT LABELS: Create labels directly from text in Microsoft word, excel, outlook, and Google contacts
- USE WITH AUTHENTIC DYMO LABELS: For best performance, use DYMO LabelWriter: Labels in a variety of sizes; Not compatible with Dymo stamps
每分钟可创建和打印达 51多个地址，航运，文件夹和条码标签、 姓名徽章.使用内置DYMO软件直接从电脑打印美国邮局认证的邮票-免手续费、 合同或每月承诺.在易剥离的胶带上打印 (1/4-，3/8-，或 1/2 英寸大小)。热敏打印不需要墨水或碳粉.可连接到 PC 或 Mac，可从 Word、 Excel、 Outlook、 QuickBooks 和其他程序打印标签.
DYMO为办公室、 仓库、 工地、 家庭甚至教室提供完整的产品。从简单的钢印、 手动标签制造和台式机产品到工业笔记本电脑，电脑连接的产品、技术领先的软件和在线服务，DYMO可以简化您的任务，同时让你更加专业。
1958年作为压花公司开始，已经发展成为具有全球影响力的公司。今天，我们的产品线包括标签、 标签制造、 联系人管理软件，名片扫描，邮寄和运输。
DYMO 450 标签打印机
给办公室配备专业的标签打印机，高效率打印标签、文件以及邮票。节省时间和金钱，只需标签打印机连接到 PC 或 Mac ，利用图形、 条形码、 地址等打印定制的标签。你甚至可以直接从Microsoft Word 和 Mac 地址簿打印。另外，热打印技术可消除墨水和碳粉的成本。标签打印机流线型便捷的设计使它适用于每一个工作场所。
- 热打印技术削减成本 — — 不需要墨水或碳粉
- 利用DYMO打印软件直接从 PC 或 Mac打印定制的标签
- 与Windows7及更高版本 和 Mac OS X v10.8 或更高版本兼容
Fast, Reliable Printing
From labels and nametags to crisply defined graphics and barcodes, the LabelWriter 450 label maker has you and your office covered.
使用附带的DYMO标签软件可以快速创建和打印地址，文件和条形码标签 — — 每分钟达 51 个4 行标准地址标签。
节省时间，直接Microsoft Word 和 Mac 地址簿打印定制的标签。
— — LabelWriter 450 标签打印机。
— — 地址标签起动器。
— — 适配器。
— — 电源电线。
— — USB 电线。
— — 快速入门指南 — — PC 和 mac
|DYMO LabelWriter 450||DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo||DYMO LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo||DYMO LabelWriter 450 Duo|
|支持的应用||航运和邮寄标签、 资产识别、 条形码、 文件、 胸牌和活页夹||航运和邮寄标签、 资产识别、 条形码、 文件、 胸牌和活页夹||高容量的货运和邮寄标签、 资产识别、 条形码、 文件、 胸牌和活页夹||邮费，航运和邮寄标签、 资产识别、 条形码、 文件和活页夹、胸牌|
|打印条形码 (打印分辨率DPI: 600x300)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|打印 D1 塑料和IND 工业标签||✓|
CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE YOU BUY A LABEL PRINTER
I have managed several networked/USB thermal label printers of various brands on corporate and home networks (Mac, PC, and Linux) for about 30 years, so here’s a bit of advice on how to get the most for your money with these things. If you do not need compatibility with postage software or network ability, any good USB Brother or Dymo label printer will do, check reviews on Amazon. If you have a home or business network and would like to share a label printer with several computers, Brother has good Mac and PC compatible label printers with networking built in, but generally the hardware will cost more than buying an inexpensive USB-only label printer and connecting it to your network with a USB print server. (The IOGear GPSU21 Print Server, for example, works well on Macs and PCs but documentation is a bit poor so configuring it can be a bit tricky for non-techies; tips on that for the Dymo LabelWriters to follow below.) I’ve found the Brother network label printers are more turnkey and just work without any fussy setup.
YOU DON’T NEED THIS PRINTER TO PRINT ADDRESS LABELS AND STAMPS AT THE SAME TIME
The ads for this printer make it look like a great way to print an address label and a stamp at the same time, and it is. But you can print an address label, return address label, and stamp all at the same time with any label printer that can use the Dymo 30383 label (or better yet, the MUCH cheaper compatible from House Labels). So you can either use a much cheaper printer to do that (and only that), or use those labels with this printer and have another type of label in the other slot. House Labels Dymo 30915 (700 Endicia stamps per roll) brings he cost of the stamp label to about 0.6 cents per stamp, as opposed to 10 cents each for Avery or Dymo laser labels. That adds 21% to the cost of a 47 cent stamp!
CAVEATS WHEN PRINTING POSTAGE
Before buying any label printer or labels, if you’re using or going to use postage software like Stamps.com or Endicia, check their compatibility not only with this printer, but also with the labels you’d like to use. For example, both Stamps.com (PC only) and Endicia (Mac and PC) both only print to certain labels, so check those services label compatibility for this printer.
SAVE HUGE, USE COMPATIBLE LABELS, NOT OEM, BUT WATCH FOR A FEW CAVEATS
You can also save a ton of money on labels by using generic compatible labels from manufacturers like House Labels. For example, their Endicia and Stamps.com stamps thermal roll labels are 1/10 the price of the Dymo or Avery laser labels (per label), and are generally significantly less and more convenient than even generic laser labels. So compare thermal and laser labels for your needs and buy generic compatible labels, they work just as well as name brand for a fraction of the cost. Also note, you can buy “removable” and “non-removable” labels. The removable will tend to peel off over time, so if you’re labeling, for example, parts bins, you’d probably want to use the non-removable labels. I’ve seen some people think that the labels were defective because they were the removable type and not appropriate for the application.
In late 2012, DYMO/Endicia implemented a new security feature to force customers to buy their relatively expensive 30915 labels. They started printing activation codes on their 30915 labels. People using the FREE DYMO/Endicia stamp printing service will be prompted to enter an activation code every 200 labels. If you are using Endicia’s FREE service, you cannot use non-OEM DYMO 30915 compatible labels. All customers with DYMO/Endicia paid subscriptions are NOT IMPACTED by these security features.
POSTAGE PRINTING TIPS FOR MAC AND PC
These days it’s ridiculous to stand in line at the post office to ship stuff, even if you rarely ship things. You can print your postage or shipping labels to plain paper or labels (free from UPS and Fedex), so it’s beyond me why people would bother to stand in line. If your package(s) already have printed postage on them, you can drop off the packages at the post office counter without going through the line. For those who rarely ship, USPS.com is free, and for those who ship via USPS regularly, postage software makes the process much faster and easier. Printing postage from a web browser interface is generally significantly slower than using a desktop app, and issues with printer compatibility and formatting tend to be greater with a browser interface. So if you ship much via USPS, Stamps.com (PC only compatible), Endicia (Mac and PC compatible) are the most affordable way to go. (A little tip, Fedex and UPS free half-sheet laser labels also work with USPS shipping.) Pitney Bowes PB Smart Postage is clunky, generally more proprietary and expensive, but if you’re a high volume shipper, their hardware/software makes more sense. For higher volume shippers, ReadyCloud ReadyShipper (Mac and PC compatible) allows you to ship via USPS, Fedex, and UPS through one interface and get better pricing per shipment since they aggregate shipping.
TIPS FOR CONFIGURING WITH A PRINT SERVER (Mac and PC)
You do not need to buy the expensive Dymo print server to network this printer on Macs and PCs. I use the IOGear GPSU21 print server and it works fine, but the documentation is poor, so if you’re not a techie, here are some tips to get it working. Note for the instructions below, the print server should be connected to your network and powered on.
The user manual doesn’t go into enough detail on how to properly configure. The print server uses DHCP (from your router or cable modem) to assign it a network IP address. The problem with this is, that address is not fixed and can change, and then your printing stops working. So you need to configure the server to have a static (fixed) IP address. To determine what address to set it to, once you have the print server connected to your network and powered on, your router or cable modem will assign it a random IP address. You can then check your router or modem configuration to find the assigned address; somewhere in the config settings you’ll find the IP address. (If this is too technical for you, get a techie to do this.) You can change the print server config to make that IP address fixed.
On a PC this is fairly easy, you just follow the instructions for setting a fixed IP address during installation, an enter the device’s current IP address.
On Macs, there is no IOGEar installer, so you must first configure the static IP address of the device in a browser by entering the device’s current IP address that you got from the router or modem config into a browser. That will bring up the print server’s config page. Click on the “TCP/IP” link and change the TCP/IP setting from “Automatic” to “Manual:” then you can then enter the fixed IP address. The subnet mask and gateway address should already be there, but if not, you can get it from your router or Mac OS network control panel (Apple Menu>System Preferences>Network). Click the Save button at the bottom of the screen to save the settings.
Once you have the print server IP address set to fixed, you can then add the device as you would any printer via the Mac OS Printers & Scanners control panel. Go to Apple Menu>System Preferences>Printers & Scanners. Follow the instructions in the IOGear install instructions and enter the server’s fixed IP address in the “Address:” field as directed in the IOGear instructions.
If you have a router or VPN modem, you may need to set port forwarding (port 631 and 9100 for this printer) to allow the printer’s data packets to travel across your network. If you have a router and don’t know what this means, get a techie to do so IF your printer doesn’t work after all other setup has been done.
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