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A Better Glossy Label? Color profile brings life to glossy setting

Glossy labels are by far the most popular label media for product labeling, and for many clients, nothing is more appealing than seeing your brand on a bright shiny label. Glossy labels do offer a unique set of challenges. Large ink pigments – in particular black ink pigments – must squeeze into the very small pores of a label surface […]

A Commercial Grade Label Printer: The 6 key components

Whether you’re just getting started or have been running your own business for awhile,  you need to know that you have robust reliable equipment. Because maintenance costs often far outweigh the initial investment, finding quality products of a commercial grade is critical for long term profitability. The following post offers 6 key components of a commercial grade label […]

Label Media: Should I choose rolled or fan-fold labels?

Continuous label media comes in two forms, rolled or fan-fold.  This article looks at the advantages and disadvantage of each, in hopes of helping you choose the best media form for your workflow. Fan-Fold Label Media Fan-fold labels make a neat concise stack and are easy to store, handle and ship.  No special equipment is […]

Updating 300x Firmware from a MacIntosh

Use the following steps to update your NeuraLabel 300x firmware using your MacIntosh. These instructions apply for a network or USB cable connection. MacIntosh users should contact NeuraLabel support for the appropriate firmware update file.  Note that these steps send the firmware file to the default printer.  Instructions for sending the file to a specific printer also […]

300x Media: To Perf or Not to Perf Rolled Media

This article addresses diecut media made for the NeuraLabel 300x printers. It contains a brief discussion regarding perforations between the labels, particularly applicable to rolled media. NeuraLabel 300x does not require diecut media to be perforated, however it does require the leading edge of the media to be squarely aligned when entering the printer.  It is […]