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Packaging Equipment & Supplies April 9, 2013

PEARLabel 270 and PEARLabel 360 label printers

The PEARLabel 270 and PEARLabel 360 label printers from K-Sun can provide labeling or marking for hundreds of applications including inventory management, asset management, tool storage, racks, bins, and forklifts.

The printers can print on many specialty supplies such as heat shrink tube, wire wrap, cable flag, adhesive tape, iron-on fabric, and magnetic, reflective, and photoluminescent materials. They can also print bar codes, including QR and Data Matrix.

The printers use thermal transfer printing technology and have a lifetime warranty. They come with a mobile printing app, wide formats, and K-Sun's MaxiLabel software. They use K-Sun LABELShop cartridges, which are compatible with all other K-Sun printers.

PEARLabel printers come with the MaxiLabel Pro Version 4.0 Labeling Software for Windows 7 and MaxiLabel Lite for Mac. They also work with the "K-Sun Label" app for iPhone and iPad, available free from the App Store. MaxiLabel Pro Version 4.0 has 15 barcode formats including QR and DataMatrix. The software provides templates, wizards, and symbols. It can also import graphics and Excel/Word data.

The PEARLabel 360 prints 360 dots-per-inch (dpi) on 126 different industrial heat shrink tube, wire wrap, and special labeling materials from 1/6 inch (4 mm) to 1.5 inches (36 mm). The PEARLabel 360 also has a half-cut function for easy liner removal as well as the PeelGuard tape trimmer, which rounds label corners, making them adhere and look better.

The PearLabel 270 prints 270 dpi on 105 different industrial heat-shrink tube, wire wrap, and special labeling supplies from 1/6 inch (4 mm) to 1 inch (24 mm). Both printers have adjustable margins down to 1 mm.

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