Five myths about color label printers?

A few myths about color label printers are not entirely accurate.

This a compilation of the top five myths,

Myth 1: Color label printers are expensive.

Fact: While some color label printers can be expensive, many budget-friendly options on the market are suitable for small and medium-sized businesses. The cost of color label printers has decreased over the last decade, making them more accessible to a broader range of companies.

As Warren Buffet says, price is what you pay, and value is what you get.

You can get a label printer that costs you less than $3,000 that prints low-quality prints at a draft speed or higher-quality images at a slow pace. Furthermore, these printers have a small ink capacity. That means more ink replacement to complete the same print job using a higher-performance printer with a large ink capacity.

Yes, these printers will cost you more, but they will save you time and improve your productivity.

Myth 2: Color label printers are complex to operate.

Fact: Label printers are generally designed to be user-friendly and easy to operate, even for those with limited technical knowledge. After learning a few unique features of a typical color-label printer, it is just as simple as using an office or home printer.

Myth 3: Color label printers are slow.

Fact: Medium/High-performance printers can print high-quality color labels between 6-12 inches per second. That translates to more than 1,000 labels in 10 minutes or less.

Myth 4: Color label printers are only suitable for large businesses.

Fact: Many color label printers offer features and capabilities well-suited for small-scale label printing needs. VIPColor provides a range of printers that are well within the budget of small-medium enterprises, starting as low as $3,495. You may be surprised that your investment return can be as short as six months, depending on your print volume and the cost of paying for your pre-printed labels today. To get a feel of your ROI, download our report here.

Myth 5: Color label printers are not durable.

Fact: Commercial/Industrial color label printers are generally more durable and long-lasting because of their use case. Typically, manufacturers design printers that last 5-7 years with proper maintenance.

More important than the printer, select a partner that can provide top-notch technical support.

By dispelling these myths about color-label printers, businesses can make more informed decisions about which printers suit their labeling needs.

If you are ready to take the next step, schedule a product demo today.

We will gladly guide you on the best choice of printer for your application.