LabelTac® 4 Pro and Pro X Starter Supply Bundle
Do you have a LabelTac® 4 or LabelTac® Pro X industrial label printer, and are ready to get started creating labels for your facility? This Starter Supply Bundle provides the tools you need to begin tackling a wide variety of labeling projects. Whether you’re aiming to increase efficiency in your workplace, or are making sure you’re compliant with OSHA regulations, this bundle has a range of labels that withstand chemicals, water, traffic, and other elements of an industrial environment. The starter bundle helps you begin your labeling project quickly and easily.
- 1 roll 2" yellow supply (LT201)
- 1 roll 2" white supply (LT202)
- 1 roll 2" green supply (LT205)
- 1 roll 2" blue supply (LT207)
- 1 roll 4" yellow supply (LT401)
- 1 roll 4" white supply (LT402)
- 1 roll 4" red supply (LT404)
- 1 roll 4" green supply (LT405)
- 1 roll 4" orange supply (LT406)
- 1 roll 4" blue supply (LT407)
- 1 roll 4" black ribbon (LPR03)
- 1 roll 4" white ribbon (LPR02)
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How It Works
Thermal transfer printers work by using heat to transfer solid ink from the ribbon onto the label supply. As the ribbon passes through the print head and platen, the ink is bonded to the label supply (or other material) with heat and pressure, creating a permanent print.
The use of heat to activate pigment is what makes thermal transfer printers unique from other printers. Since there are not many moving parts, thermal transfer printers are easier to maintain and tend to last longer. The labels they create are better able to withstand heat, weather, chemicals, water, and other harsh conditions.
Try LabelTac® in your facility! See just how top-notch these labels are up close and personal. We're happy to send you a variety of label samples to test out in your facility.
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