4" x 6"
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This 4 x 6 direct thermal fanfold label stack is one of the most versatile direct thermal label products from enKo Products. It can work with an extensive array of desktop or industrial thermal printers, making it suitable for almost any application. If you’re looking for a multipurpose, efficient, and mass-production thermal label, these fanfold labels are what you need.
Labels from enKo Products are 100% compatible with Zebra, Datamax, Sato, and Intermec direct thermal label printers. These 4 x 6 fanfold labels, though, are not compatible with Dymo printers. Please contact our customer support team if you aren’t sure whether our labels are compatible with your printers.
The following are touted as fanfold labels’ benefits over rolls:
If you think that fanfold labels are so much better than rolls, think again. They also come with the following snags:
You can see from the above that label rolls are better in some situations, while the use of fanfolds is more advantageous in others. Therefore, you will need to keep supplies of both for your day-to-day operations.
Follow the steps in this video on how to load Zebra 4×6 labels in the Zebra ZP 450 label printer.
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Fanfold labels are typically precut stickers mounted on a continuous liner, which is folded like a fan for easy stacking. As such, they do not require a cardboard core or spool when used in a direct thermal printer. However, since they are placed outside the machine’s media holder, the entire stack is positioned behind or beside the unit and is fed through the label slot while printing.
Strictly speaking, fanfold labels do not need a label holder for the printer to process them. Label holders take up extra space and add to your equipment costs. However, you do need one to protect your stickers from liquid spills and other potentially damaging substances.
Of all the desktop direct thermal printers, Dymo LabelWriter makes the only units that do not rely on fanfold labels. Brother label printer has its own fanfold label line, to be used only on its high-end models. Other brands can work with generic labels, which are less expensive.
Yes, direct thermal fanfold labels will work well with desktop label printers like Rollo and Zebra. To load the labels, you can simply put them behind the printer since they come in stacks.
Fanfold labels are the best for high-volume printing, as they typically contain more labels per pack as compared to roll labels. With various labels you may need to print, fanfold labels can be used for continuous printing without the trouble of frequently replacing a label roll.
Fanfold labels are fed through a slot at the back of the printer and are placed below or behind the printer, no need to install them on a label holder.
Our compatible fanfold labels can be used in various printer brands and models, namely Zebra, Sato, Intermec, and Datamax. You can keep printing different kinds of labels: Address Labels, Barcode Labels, FNSKU Labels, Mailing Labels, Shipping Labels, and more, without the need to reload.
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