During 2017, we published 31 original (32 if you count this one) posts on
which was more than our goal for the year. As most of you don’t read every post, I’d though you might find a summary of these posts of interest.
|Love’s Oven Labels|
As for most read, two stick out. First, the post that was read the most covered Love Oven’s use of the C7500G. These guys produce great looking, full-bleed labels.
Plus, I love how Katie from Love’s Oven built the printing solution herself. Good work!
|L301 from Afinia|
Second, the next most read post of 2017 was my review of the new L301 color label printer. This printer produces great looking labels; at the most affordable hardware price of any label printer we sell.
|Color Badge Tag Printers|
But the most read does not always represent my favorites. My favorites are reserved for customers who have built and implemented great label printing solutions. My two favorites for 2017 have us and BarTender in common. First, CompuSystems built a great solution using BarTender and the C3500 for printing badges in color and on-demand:
Plus, we worked hard to put together badge options; including matte paper, gloss paper and matte poly tags. These different tags produce great looking badges.
Second, the Quickscrews used BarTender to pull text, images, color-codes and barcode data from their database to produce labels for 10’s of thousands of SKU’s. As the name of the post states, it’s the perfect example of a print on-demand color label solution.
|LX2000 vs C7500 Ink Cartridge|
By far the most controversial post was my analysis of the differences between the C7500 and the LX2000. As you may know, I add posts to Linked In after publishing. On Linked In, this post created a lot of comments about the comparison, including one from the VP of Sales from Primera. What do you think of this analysis?
|Guy Mikel at Label Expo Europe|
And by far the most difficult post was the report on my visit to Label Expo Europe. Lots of pictures, video’s and links which make posting a lot more difficult. But I found the Expo very valuable. See my perspective of the show here:
And in this post, you’ll see the new printer we’re launching at WestPack 2018 in Anaheim February 6 to 8.