Hello everyone it’s Ben from Printerbase and
in this video we’ll be taking a look at the Label Works LW-700 from Epson. This is a desktop
label printer that runs on both 6 x AA batteries and an AC adapter. Automatic power off saves
energy and it only weighs around 800g making it easy to carry with the handle if you need
to. It’s a thermal printer so instead of using things like ink or toner, it prints on thermo
chromatic tape. The tapes for this machine come in various colours, styles and finishes,
like black on white, black on yellow, with fluorescent, reflective and matte finishes,
and many more. It prints on tapes ranging from 6mm to 24mm wide and the tapes are available
in 9m lengths so you won’t be changing the cassette any time soon. You can print both
1 dimensional and 2 dimensional barcodes with this machine and the shortcut buttons make
everything a little easier. It works with both Windows and Mac operating systems and
connects with the included USB cable which is extremely handy. It also works brilliantly
as a stand alone device so no matter what the situation is, the 700 has got you covered.
There are 460 symbols to choose from and you can save up to 100 designs to the internal
memory, which is great for name tags and other commonly printed labels. A great feature with
this machine is data import. With it you can print the same label unto 999 times, or you
can print up to 999 different labels in the same print job, perfect for archiving and
other large office tasks. When printing the margins can be reduced to 1mm meaning you
get more labels per tape cassette, and the screen clear shows what’s going to be printed.
You’ll make fewer mistakes, again cutting waste. It’s a solid, well designed and practical
label printer, made to make things much easier in the office and we have to say it works
very well. If you’d like to know anymore, just click the logo at the bottom of the screen,
or give has a call. Our number is 0800 170 7234, you can find us on Facebook and Twitter,
and you can also visit our website at www.printerbase.co.uk. I’m Ben and thanks for watching.