Top 10 Best Barcode Label Printers of 2019

Hi everyone, I’m John. Today I have assembled for you some of the best printers for printing labels on demand or in house. I’ve got thermal transfer, I have color thermal transfer, I have inkjet, and I even have an RFID printer. So stay tuned, and I’ll break these down for you so you know what to choose. Depending upon your needs, I’ve got you covered. The Zebra GX430T is the world’s most popular desktop printer. If you need two color printing for a GHS solution, I would recommend the Cab XC6. How about full color? The TM-C7500 by Epson delivers high-speed, high-quality color labels. How about 24/7 industrial printing? That’s a job for the Zebra ZT610. Talk about state of the art printing, the Squix printer comes with a color LCD display where you can access movies on how to load the labels, the ribbon, and clean the printhead. (music) So I cleared some of those big boys out of the way so I could show you some of these desktop printers that I have. The GX430T from Zebra is used all over the world. It’s used in labs, it’s used in manufacturing, it’s used at shipping and receiving, and the clamshell design makes it great for tight spaces. The EOS1 has an LCD screen that makes the menu easy to navigate. And if you need a larger roll of labels like eight inches, I recommend the Cab Mach 4. (music) If you’re looking for print and apply, this Cab Hermes printer paired with the Cab stroke applicator is the solution for you. You can put it on your assembly line you can put it above your conveyor belt, or it can act as a stand alone unit. This helps greatly reduce the amount of time needed to label customer product. So here are your options for color label printers: the Cab XC6 is a six inch wide, two color label printer. Typically used for GHS labeling solutions. Epson has two color printers: the 3500 and the 7500. The 7500 is a full color, high speed, high-resolution label printer. You could use it for GHS, you could use it for tread labels, or just about any other color application that you have. For high-capacity print jobs, the Cab XC6 or the Epson 7500 is what I would use. They have similar price points. Or, don’t have that much to print? You can use the Epson 3500 for your color labels. (music) I have before you the industrial line of printers. All of them come 200, 300, and 600 dpi but if you’re going to print 24/7 around the clock, I recommend the ZT610. How about you’re just going to print daily, a few rolls a day? I recommend the ZT 410. Both of these printers come with rewind, peel and present, and cutter options. If you’re looking for an RFID solution, the Sato CL4NX is the printer I would recommend. It’s a thermal transfer printer, but also has the ability to encode RFID chips. What I like about this printer is that it verifies that it can write to the chip before it even prints. This is a very solid industrial RFID printer. Having problems deciding? How about the Squix by Cab? It’s half the price of ZT610, but gives you all the features of an industrial printer. The LCD display makes it easy to navigate through the menu. It’s also available in RFID. So today we’ve seen desktop, industrial, inkjet and color. Even an RFID printer. Hopefully you’ve seen something that will work for you. If not, get in contact with us. We’ve been in the printer business for over 40 years, and we’re here to help. Hey everyone, thanks for watching. If you’d like more information on any of these printers, check out our channel where we have demos and reviews. Don’t forget to give us a thumbs up, and subscribe so you don’t miss out.

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