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== Direct Thermal Labels ==
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The LP 2824 or GK420d for example use this model, where the labels are basically burned.
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You can test for Thermal / Direct by scratching the label with a penny or key, it should make a black mark.
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Sometimes, rolls of these Thermal / Direct type labels will not print, because they are defective, use the penny test.
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== Label Application ==
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The [Dispensa-Matic Flex-Matic](http://dispensamatic.com/flex-matic/) label applicator enables the user to label all kinds of flat objects by simply setting the desired spacing using the digital readout and guides.
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== Label Vendors ==
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Just a list of vendors, not an endorsement.
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* http://www.onlinelabels.com/
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* http://www.unitedlabel.com/
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* http://www.westhort.com/wrap-around-tags/wrap-around-laser.html

Revision as of 21:52, 3 December 2019

Labels (or Tags) mean a few different things in the track-and-trace world.

Direct Thermal Labels

The LP 2824 or GK420d for example use this model, where the labels are basically burned.


You can test for Thermal / Direct by scratching the label with a penny or key, it should make a black mark. Sometimes, rolls of these Thermal / Direct type labels will not print, because they are defective, use the penny test.

Label Application

The [Dispensa-Matic Flex-Matic](http://dispensamatic.com/flex-matic/) label applicator enables the user to label all kinds of flat objects by simply setting the desired spacing using the digital readout and guides.


Label Vendors

Just a list of vendors, not an endorsement.