Dymo Rhino 6000
The first printer in the Rhino product family to offer PC connectivity, the Rhino 6000 installer can either create labels before reaching the worksite by downloading files from any Windows-based software program or create or edit labels upon reaching the worksite. The Rhino 6000 also has a library of over 250 easy-to-find industry terms and symbols; and also the ability to save more than 1,000 custom labels, which helps the installer save typing time. Features include a quick-charge lithium-ion rechargeable battery, power-assisted label cutter, and integrated impact bumper that protects against falls while allowing easy access to the label cartridge.
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