[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Printers for Spine and Pocket Labels

David M. Daniels ddaniels at romelibrary.org
Tue Sep 9 12:12:53 EDT 2014

We use the Dymo 450 turbo and get our stock from



David M. Daniels

Technology Support 

Georgia Download Destination Helpdesk

Sara Hightower Regional Library

Rome Georgia 

706-236-4621 Office

706-409-1082 Cell

 <mailto:ddaniels at romelibrary.org> ddaniels at romelibrary.org


"If they say it cannot be done, then they quit too soon!"

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Scott Thomas
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Subject: [OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Printers for Spine and Pocket Labels



  We will be migrating to Evergreen in early 2015. I took a look at the
label printing function in the Cataloging Module, and it looks like it
prints on demand to continuous feed stock (as opposed to batch printing to
sheets of laser labels which is what we do now). Can anyone recommend a
printer for printing spine / pocket labels? Also, it would help if you could
provide me with the brand and product number of your label stock.


Thank you,


Scott  Thomas

Head of Information Technologies and Technical Services

Scranton Public Library

Lackawanna County Library System

2006 N. Main Ave.

Scranton, PA 18508

Ph: 570-207-2379

Fx: 570-348-3020

Email: scott at albright.org <mailto:scott at albright.org> 


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