[Michlib-l] label printing
Catherine McCullough Les
cathymcles at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 1 16:18:37 EDT 2017
Thank you - we'll definitely check out their label printers!
> On Jun 1, 2017, at 4:01 PM, Lise Mitchell <gladldirector at gmail.com> wrote:
> Got to love michlib-l, you always come through!
> I think the answer for us will be Bayscan http://www.bayscan.com/bayscan-label-printer.html
> BayScan/TSC Thermal Transfer Label Printer, $399.00
> Part #:BST1204
> Printer can be set up either for just spine or spine and pocket or DVD labels, probably other stuff too; website has the printer and most likely consumables labels and ribbons right there on the same page. I got a recommendation to check them out (thank you St. Charles!). Gave them a call, and they talked me through the one that would suit me best.
> Price is more than inkjet printers but the labels will be thermal transfer with a resin ribbon. Ribbon tends to last about 4 rolls of labels (so about 8000 labels).
> thanks, lise
>> On Thu, Jun 1, 2017 at 10:54 AM, Catherine Les <cathymcles at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> We would also like to hear from anyone who has found a thermal transfer printer that can print single spine labels. We are using Dymo and love being able to do single labels but we are having to relabel nearly all of the collection because the labels are becoming unreadable. Recommendations?
>> Catherine McCullough Les
>> Technical Services Supervisor
>> Sterling Heights Public Library
>> 40255 Dodge Park Road
>> Sterling Heights, MI 48009
>> From: "Bosman, Don" <dbosman at mail.lib.msu.edu>
>> To: 'Lise Mitchell' <gladldirector at gmail.com>; michlib-l <michlib-l at mcls.org>
>> Sent: Thursday, June 1, 2017 9:06 AM
>> Subject: Re: [Michlib-l] label printing
>> Please don’t refeed partial sheets into a laser printer. The adhesive will ooze out from the heat, into the open areas, and ruin the transfer drum or roller.
>> I once had a colleague who thought saving nickels was a good thing to do.
>> In one day he ruined two $170 toner cartridges.
>> The issue with Dymo printers is they are thermal printers so the labels darken with exposure to fluorescent lighting, sunlight, or time.
>> What you want are thermal transfer printers, using resin ribbons and polyester label stock.
>> If any library using Sierra has a full working solution to the spine label issue using Zebra printers, I too, would like to hear from them.
>> Don Bosman
>> Information Technologist
>> MSU Libraries
>> 366 W. Circle Drive - Rm.W441
>> East Lansing, MI 48824-1048
>> From: michlib-l-bounces at mcls.org [mailto:michlib-l-bounces at mcls.org] On Behalf Of Lise Mitchell
>> Sent: Thursday, June 1, 2017 8:46 AM
>> To: michlib-l <michlib-l at mcls.org>
>> Subject: [Michlib-l] label printing
>> Is anybody using a dymo printer for printing a spine label with a pocket label. Trying to figure out if there is label stock available.
>> We have using a dot matrix printer and looking to switch to a newer printer before it gives up the ghost and have enjoyed the ability to printer a few labels at a time. Expect we will have to go to full sheet laser printing and just get used to waiting for bigger batches or re-feeding partial sheets. Have seen others using the Dymo printers but just for spine labels or just for pocket labels but not for both together.
>> thanks, lise
>> Lise Mitchell, Director
>> Grand Ledge Area District Library
>> 131 E. Jefferson Street
>> Grand Ledge, MI 48837
>> gladldirector at gmail.com
>> 517-622-3550 direct
>> 517-627-7014 Library
>> 517-627-6276 fax
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> Lise Mitchell, Director
> Grand Ledge Area District Library
> 131 E. Jefferson Street
> Grand Ledge, MI 48837
> gladldirector at gmail.com
> 517-622-3550 direct
> 517-627-7014 Library
> 517-627-6276 fax
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