New from Brother the QL550 die-cut label printer offers a maximum label width of 62mm and can churn out up to 50 labels per second. The machine can handle a wide range of label types including barcode, shipping, CD and badges, and used with Brother’s continuous tape media the device can also be used to print out warning or direction signs of up to 1 meter in length. The machine offers the convenient ability to print single labels without having to run large label sheets through the office network printer, but is equally capable of handling large runs of labels. Lesley Howe, Brother’s identification product manager, says: “Though Brother is entering a new market – with some well-established products – we believe that our first dedicated address labelling machine will exceed the expectations of anyone who is producing labels on a daily basis. Priced at #149 the QL550 features an automatic cutter, whereas the #119 relies on manual tear-off. You can get more information and details of your local supplier at the Brother website:

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