‘We’ve engineered a faster loading process, and a smarter print system overall,’ said Andy Sobiesczyk, research and development manager at Graphic Products. ‘With this approach, the printer automatically switches to the best settings for the supplies that are loaded, so users don’t need to manually fine-tune those controls. That reduces the time needed to create new labels and avoids wasting supplies on bad prints.’
Toro Max includes a 9-inch capacitive touchscreen, full-size Qwerty keyboard, and optional battery. Graphic Products said that the portable label printer offers a powerful processor, enhanced label design software, and a simplified supply loading system. Toro Max includes supply recognition and auto-calibration features.
The applications of the printer include labels for arc flash, GHS/HazCom, asset management and wayfinding. Like all DuraLabel printers, Toro Max comes with a 5-year guarantee and support for the service life of the printer.
This labelling news was spotted at Labels India
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