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Option to print labels to sheets instead of label printer

Specifically for use when receiving inventory, so the label printer isn't spitting out 100 individual labels, and we can just use 3 sheets of label paper.

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  • Scott Peeler commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would also upvote this! We used Avery 5160 1" x 2-5/8" laser address labels with our previous POS system. A box of 6,000 labels costs $38 at Sam's Club which is $0.006 per label. I still have a few thousand of these left and I have to keep printing them out with our old POS. Currently I have no other way to get barcodes printed without buying a new DYMO or Zebra printer and labels.

  • caleb commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Ryan,

    We get the Avery return address label sheets which has 8000 labels for $45. Which is $0.005 per label. Amazon has your DK1209 labels for $16.26 for 800. Which is $0.02 per label. When you go through a lot of inventory, that adds up fast.

  • Ryan (Power User R7, RepairShopr) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Personally, I think the rolls of labels work fine since they print so fast. Our printer does about 90/minute, and they're all on one ream so it's really convenient. On top of that, the refills of the DK1209 have 800 labels and cost about $5/roll; which comes to about half a cent per label - super cheap!

    Not sure which model you have, but maybe check out this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0081TZD54

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