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New Online Video Stars Laboratory Label Printer

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The capabilities of this new label printer are especially valuable in laboratories where clear and accurate sample identification is vital. This is demonstrated in a new video available on the Brady UK website, which shows how creating high quality laboratory labels is really as simple as Load, Click, Print.

Handwritten labels which become smudged and unreadable lead inevitably to lost or misinterpreted samples. The Brady IP Label Printer, available in 300 and 600 dpi versions, offers a complete, innovative solution: fast, durable sample identification for any laboratory.

As the new four-minute video shows, this is a fully integrated, easy-to-use printer, material and software system. Smart Cell technology enables the printer to detect which label material and ribbon have been loaded and confirm the information on the LCD screen. This ensures the correct ribbon and labels are being used together for optimal printing conditions, as any mismatch could compromise the quality of the label. Brady materials have been tested to withstand all laboratory processes so it is important to use the correct label and ribbon combination. Should the printer be incorrectly loaded with mismatched materials a warning message will appear on the LCD screen. The video also demonstrates the intuitive label design process, which automatically displays the correct label template on the PC according to the materials loaded.

A quick visual survey illustrates the wide variety of materials which can be printed, including labels for straw identification, well plates, vial tops, centrifuge tubes, slides, cryo vials and tubes, glass flasks and PCR tubes. The IP Printer’s clear resolution means that small type formats remain clearly legible and up to 20 characters can be fitted onto the smallest label sizes.