DYMO XTL Series Industrial Label Printers from AutomationDirect

April 3, 2019
XTL series label makers simplify industrial labeling with a large, viewable screen, intuitive controls, and a wide range of functions.

XTL series label makers can print using continuous tape, pre-sized labels, heat-shrink tubes, and small format safety labels.

The XTL 300 is a smaller, lighter system ideal for on-the-go label making, capable of printing up to 1 inch (24mm) wide labels. The XTL 500 has a touch screen, more features, and the ability to print up to 2-1/8 inch (54mm) wide labels.

XTL labels come as all-in-one cartridges with the labels and printing tape rolled up inside or as laser compatible printer sheets. Label types include heat-shrink tubing labels, wire/cable wrap labels, pre-sized safety / RTK (right-to-know) labels, permanent flat surface labels, all-purpose vinyl labels and self-laminating laser printer label sheets.

Starting at $209.00, DYMO label maker printers have a 3-year warranty and include a rechargeable battery, charger and USB cable.

To learn more, visit www.automationdirect.com/label-makers

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