Label Printer

May 2, 2001
May 2, 2001 K-Sun Corp. introduces a new lable printer.

May 2, 2001 Operating on either batteries or 120-volt alternating current (AC) power with an adapter, K-Sun's LABELShop 2001XLST prints vertical or horizontal text on white, red, or yellow shrink-tube material. This machine can print up to eight lines in two different type styles and seven sizes. Also, it can print six bar code formats on �- and �-inch diameter heat shrink material. Conforming to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Class B standards and meeting Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL—Northbrook, IL)-224 specifications, there is more than 50% shrinkage in direction of diameter and less than 15% in length direction, according to company claims. Both alphanumeric sequencing and repeat printing are included in the unit. For more information visit www.k-sun.com.

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