The bare necessities of label printing December 5th, 2018
Selecting a warehouse printer can be rather difficult as such a printer needs to meet various requirements. Below we present the most essential traits of a warehouse label printer, which you can keep in mind when you are looking for a new warehouse printer.
Printing in a warehouse setting can be very tricky because space is limited, and the products you select must be rugged and durable. That means that when you are looking for a desktop label printer, you need to find a compact design that fits into tighter spaces without compromising on print quality.
Furthermore, a label printer in a warehouse should be able to print in various widths, making it a versatile and dynamic warehouse printer that can undertake various printing tasks with ease, from narrow 2-inch labels to 6-inch pallet ones.
Meanwhile, as products and pallets are exposed to various environments and conditions the labels need to remain clear, which is achieved through thermal transfer print technology. This is particularly useful for pallets as they can be in transit or left in warehouses for lengthier extents of time.
Lastly, it is key to make sure that your label printer is compatible with many different operating systems and can integrate easily with your existing systems.
Which is a desktop printer that matches all these requirements?
The answer lays with Citizen's CL-S6621, the smallest 6-inch pallet label printer on the market, optimal for printing pallet labels. Compatible with many different operating systems the CL-S6621 is designed to be integrated easily with your existing systems. It is equipped with an all-metal print mechanism with the ability to print in thermal transfer up to 6-inches per second. By delivering precision printing with fast media loading, the CL-S6621 is the perfect solution for tough, reliable and high-volume pallet label printing. Contact BlueStar today to learn all about this efficient printer.
Samantha is BlueStar's Digital Media Specialist, and the primary contributing writer for VartechNation.
Previously, she has worked as a Public Relations Associate and a Social Media Manager.