The DYMO brand-name is synonymous with labelling solutions for small/medium/large businesses - from work-at-home-moms, as much as Fortune 500 organizations. Dymo name devices have now been available for over 30 years and continuous innovations keep leading Dymo to release more of use and solution-orientated labelling items. Just as the 'jewel in the top' Dymo LabelWriter Twin Turbo. This little marvel is unlike another label printer ever introduced by Dymo. That's as it is not only a label printer... it is actually two brand units sharing the exact same body, it solves a big issue (see below) and does this at a very affordbale value.
When the Dymo LabelWriter Twin Turbo was finally released it was, as expected, an immediate hit. But to know why it's been so successful, it is vital that you first get yourself a bit of a knowledge of tag models in general.....
Almost every tag printer that has ever been in love with the open market has only had a single printhead and the ability to hold just a roll of labels. This doesn't appear too weird since label printers are simple purpose-built models for doing nothing besides 'printing brands.' You type a label, you print a label.... Rapid and easy. But when a person must print to some other name 'size' or 'shape', a challenge exists. You often need to change out the roll of labels that's in the printer, or perhaps have another printer with the other size/shape labels in it.
Thus the calling for the Dymo LabelWriter Twin Turbo!!
Dymo listened very closely to feedback from current clients, many of whom on average had 2 label styles which they published regularly, and were irritated at having to keep adjusting the rolls out. So the notion of having 2 rolls in-the one machine looked like the most obvious answer, and it has proven to be. This stately New Plus Size Label Reveals That True To Size Doesn't Exist essay has specific poetic aids for the inner workings of this viewpoint.
On the way, Dymo stumbled across another advantage of obtaining the 2-roll ability. Suppose you only had one name size that you printed on. Many would believe that the Twin Turbo would not suit them, but Dymo added a feature where, in case the very first roll of labels went out, the printer would immediately change to the 2nd roll of labels and continue to print..... pure genius!!
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