K-Sun Green Machine


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K-Sun Green Machine

Eco-friendly labeling

This label maker features 50 percent recycled plastic cartridges that are recyclable/returnable, auto power shut-off, and meets a variety of environmental directives. Choose from numerous font styles and seven backgrounds for custom designs. Label design preview eliminates errors and wasted tape. Other features include: six bar code formats, 60 sizes/colors of industrial-strength polyester adhesive tape, 11 heat-shrink tube sizes/colors and 1 size/color of wire-wrap. Auto-tape size detection saves time/waste. Flash memory holds 99 files/5,000 characters and requires no hazardous storage batteries. Use repeat and mirror printing to save time, enlarge printing for sectioned labels up to 4" high, use the built-in printer handle for field work and an international ac adapter will work anywhere in the world.
800-622-6312
info@ksun.com
www.ksun.com


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