Address Label Printer

    label printer
  • A label printer is a computer printer that prints on self-adhesive label material and/or card-stock (tags). Label printers with built-in keyboards and displays, for stand-alone use (without a computer), are often called label makers.
    address
  • The particulars of the place where someone lives or an organization is situated
  • A binary number that identifies a particular location in a data storage system or computer memory
  • speak to; "He addressed the crowd outside the window"
  • (computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored
  • The place itself
  • the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with
address label printer Cruise Ship Luggage Tags
Cruise Ship Luggage Tags
Cruise ship luggage tags, more often than not, are printed at home on a computer printer. Obviously simply attaching a paper tag isn't a durable enough solution. Here is the process we follow... * Print the tag on card stock * Cut excess material as indicated on the printout just make sure there is enough material at the ends so punched holes will not be over critical information * Fold as indicated on the printout. I use a glue stick to glue flaps in place * Attach an address label where indicated on the tag. You can also hand write the information in. * Laminate the front of the tag with clear packaging tape especially where the holes will be * Punch holes on the ends * The tag gets folded over the luggage handle * Bring the hole punched ends together and secure with a wire tie. NOTE: use WIRE TIES ***NOT*** twist ties like you find on a bread bag. The tag shown here happens to be from Norwegian. Tags from Carnival are somewhat wider but the construction process shown here applies.
Moving Cards
Moving Cards
I am GRATEFUL to have finally completed our Moving Cards. I ran out of printer ink. Then ran out of mailing labels, then realized my roll of 100 stamps was only 42 cents...so had to go buy a bunch of 2 cent ones. This simple project sure took a long time. But they are now in the mail and will soon be received by our family and friends - so hopefully no Christmas Cards will have to forwarded from our old address. I love getting Christmas Cards, and would hate for them to be delayed.