Are the XTL™ label makers compatible with Mac®?
USPS® postage rates are accurate on this faceplate as of May 31, 2015. This if the final faceplate that DYMO will produce for the X2 scale.
Can XTL label makers print two barcodes on one label?
Yes, both the XTL 300 and 500 label makers can do mirror printing.Some exceptions apply depending upon label and formatting.
Can XTL label makers mirror print?
DYMO offers a best-in-class three year warranty on the XTL 300 and 500 label makers.
Can you use XTL cartridges in Rhino™ label makers?
No, the current DYMO XTL sheet labels will only print in black and white with a laser printer.
Can XTL label makers serialize?
No, you cannot use XTL cartridges with Rhino label makers, or Rhino IND cartridges with XTL label makers.The XTL line of label makers was created with its own line of XTL label cartridges.They come in label widths from ¼ all the way to 2".Labels are available as continuous tape or pre-sized labels for specific applications."
What kind of memory do the XTL label makers have?
No, the XTL label cartridges use a thermal transfer printing process. Inside the cartridge is a ribbon that contains thermal ink that transfers to the tape when you print.
What kind of warranties do the XTL 300 and 500 label makers have?
40 MB of memory.
Which LabelWriter printers can be used to print postage?
The LabelWriter 400 Turbo, LabelWriter 450 Turbo, LabelWriter Duo, LabelWriter 450 Duo, LabelWriter Twin Turbo and LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo.
DYMO LabelWriter 330, LabelWriter 330 Turbo, LabelWriter 400, LabelWriter 400 Turbo, LabelWriter Duo and LabelWriter Twin Turbo.
Can I install multiple LabelWriter printers on the same computer?
Yes, you can install multiple LabelWriter printers on the same computer. Both Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7 and Macintosh OS 10.3 - OS 10.7 support multiple installations of the LabelWriter.
Why is the light on the front of my LabelWriter blinking?
There are 5 possible reasons for this: the labels are not left-justified, there is paper dust or a piece of a label blocking the sensor, the labels you are using do not have the index marks properly cut out between each label, you are not using DYMO labels or the photo sensor that reads the index mark has failed. If the latter is the case, please contact Technical Support.
All LabelWriter 400 and 450 series printers are USB 2.0 compliant.
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