High Volume Color Label Printers

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Color label printers are printers which print labels in full color. These devices are crucial for the performance of many different organizations and businesses. There are various sorts of high volume color label printers on the current market, each of which has its own distinct benefits.

Each printer has different characteristics, for example, label width they're capable of printing on. You would not get the identical label printer used for wine tags as for a cleanup solution jug.

You may know the type of label you want to create in-house, but before you go making any decisions, you really need to know the width you require.

Not all labels are used commercially, meaning not all of labels need photographic imagery. If you are using your labels for strictly bar-codes or low resolution imagery, you do not have to waste your costs on a higher resolution printer while buying an in-house label printer.

In this review, we are going to go over some of the best high volume color label printers available on the market

About the Epson TM-C7500

The Epson ColorWorks C7500 comes in two versions of the printer. The TM-C7500G color label printer prints on gloss label media. Epson's TM-C7500G has a specially modified Epson pigment ink, which is designed to print on glossy surfaces like high gloss paper, glossy polypropylene or glossy clear labels.

Epson's TM-C7500 utilizes matte label rolls and pigment-based ink to make smudge-free tags which won't crack or fade. They dry immediately, allowing for prompt application. The TM-C7500 has the standard Epson pigment-based ink designed for printing GHS BS5609 compliant labels

Why Buy the Epson TM-C7500?

With a printing resolution of 1200 dpi, a rate of 11.7 inches per minute, and a label width of around 4.25 inches, so the Epson TM-C7500 and TM-C7500G could print hundreds, or even thousands, of lasting, full color labels and bar codes on demand.

Ongoing costs for the Epson TM-C7500 tag printer are substitute ink cartridges, blank media, along with the maintenance box. This color label printer does not want replacement print heads because its print head is designed to survive the whole life-cycle of this printer. This makes the Epson ColorWorks C7500 series a great option for high volume label color printing.

The TM-C7500 label printer series by Epson are usually utilized to print product labels like baked products labels, coffee and tea labels, jarred food labels, wine bottle labels, beer labels, water bottle tags, toiletry labels, perfume labels, decorative labels, and much more.

  • Print head in the Epson TM-C7500 is good for the printer's life
  • Uses four individual ink cartridges to minimize waste
  • Prints labels up to 4.25 inches wide
  • Ideal for 3,000 to 100,000 labels per month

About the Primera LX2000

The Primera LX2000 color label printer uses four different pigment ink cartridges to create both industrial GHS BS5609 tags and high resolution product labels around 8 inches wide.

LX2000 is also excellent for private labeling, test advertising, pre-press proofing and retail tagging.

Primera's LX2000 produces labels at speeds of up to 6" per second – about 25% faster than Primera's best-selling LX900 Color Label Printer making it a great choice for high volume label printing

With a print resolution up to 4800 dpi, the Primera LX2000 has been a quick and remarkable color label printer for a broad assortment of packaging, office, and industrial uses.

Installation of LX2000 requires no more than 30 mins. The bundled software with the printer is easy to set up and together with the printer has been a well put together package of service and warranty documentation along with a sturdy spiral bound customers guide.

The printers capacity to publish on irregular shaped tags which are in rows of 2 down the roster is a superb advantage for high volume tag printing projects with unique requirements.

  • Prints up to 4800 dpi at 6 inches per minute
  • Tech Support is free for the life of the printer
  • Yellow Ink is truly yellow and not faded yellow

Epson TM-C7500


Primera LX2000

Primera LX2000


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John is a American who grew up to be a nerd with a philosophy degree and too many hobbies to count. He emigrated from California to New York in 2013. While he is not writing he is busy taking care of his two kids Claire and Vicky.