used a brady bmp21 on a roller coaster i did all the control wiring on, easily a thousand labels and no worries. it performed great and is still going strong.We are modifying an existing panel and the specs say to use "thermal type vinyl self laminating wire markers." What's label maker would you recommend to do this?
Really? The only issue we have had is the lids breaking off. Can't complain too much though, they have always followed through on the lifetime warranty.I dont have alot of good things to say about k-sun portables. 4 of 5 are having issues cutting our 203stbw tapes. Sending 3 in for warranty next week.
So which tape works well for labeling wires in a control cabinet? Then which tape is the largest most durable for panel names etc.You can check out the Rhino Industrial Label Makers. They do offer the possibility to use self laminated tape among other types of industrial tapes. You can always take a look at our webpage to check the available tapes and functionality of the devices.
The Rhino 6000 is PC connectable and offers a width of tapes up to 24 mm.
In this link you can also check out the Rhino 5200
If you have any questions about the devices, don' t hesitate to ask.
The Flexible Nylon tape works well for labeling wires, cables and curved surfaces in general. The adhesive resists moisture, extreme temperatures and UV light so labels won't curl or fall off even exposed to such conditions. The self laminating labels offer and extra protection for labeling wires since they are also resistant to oil, solvents, water and abrasion.So which tape works well for labeling wires in a control cabinet? Then which tape is the largest most durable for panel names etc.
Don't buy any dymo, I bought dymo 6000 / pl300 over few years ago and now it is cutting every time I print.I have a brother p-touch now but I am buying a dymo rhino 5200. It seems to do everything you could possibly need.