Label It, Barcode It, Or Both
Customizing Desktop Labeling With Hybrid Solutions
Many businesses find that the flexibility to incorporate aspects of product packaging in-house is absolutes of their operations. Desktop Label Printers and Barcode Printers are of particular interest, allowing for ad hoc print runs, varying volumes, and less cost-inclusive changes in production.
We know the label business as well as the barcode business so it makes perfect sense for us to also know Label Printers. We have chosen both Sato® and Epson® due to their UMAP (Unilateral Minimum Advertised Price) pricing standards — that is, they keep their pricing standard across the industry. This allows SixB to sell the printers at the same price as you may find on any Google site, but our advantage is that we understand which label materials work best for each printer and we can supply those labels.
With SixB Labels, one could choose to garner varying packages including Blank Labels and/or Base-Branded Labels; Barcode and Label Design Software; Printer Ribbons; Single-Color Direct Thermal or Thermal Transfer Sato® Printers and Multi-Color Inkjet Epson® Printers, as well as Consultations and Training Services.
Also note — if you're a Mac user who feels neglected or close to it with label printers traditionally only integrating with PCs — Epson Printers featured here operate with both Mac and PC drivers. Sato Printers continue to robustly operate with PC drivers.
Take a look at the specific features and options of our Label Printers and Barcode Printers, and we look forward to connecting with you on your labeling program.
Single-Color Direct Thermal or Thermal Transfer Sato® Printers (Operating with PC Drivers):
- Sato® CL4NX Plus Series — Starting @ $1895
- Sato® CL6NX Plus Series — Starting @ $3495
- Sato® M84Pro Series — Starting @ $2745 - a true workhorse for heavy duty warehouse use.
- Sato® WS408/WS412 Desktop Series — Starting @ $523
- Sato® WS2 for the Health Industry — Starting @ $510
- Sato® M8485Se Print Engine — Call for Pricing
C6500P video The first full-color label printer was designed specifically as a color upgrade to black-and-white thermal transfer printers.