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Dymo Rhino 6000 Label Maker

Dymo Rhino 6000 Label Maker

Summary

  • Product Name: Rhino 6000 Label Maker
  • Manufacturer: Dymo Industrial
  • Review Date: September 24, 2010 06:25
  • MSRP: $249.00
  • First Impression: Gotta Have It!
  • Buy Now
  • Rhino 6000 printer
  • One 1" white flexible nylon tape
  • One 1" white vinyl tape
  • User manual on CD-ROM and quick reference guide
  • USB A-B cable
  • AC adapter
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery

Executive Overview

We've already stated that we love Dymo's Rhino label printers. They just work well. Now they work well with a PC, so you can make labels in one location, and email them to another. This essentially turns your label maker into a label PRINTER. That's what is offered by the new Rhino 6000. The tough, oversized and ruggedly portable Rhino 6000 seems to fit well into any jobsite – it’s packed with time-saving shortcuts for labeling any installation quickly and professionally. As the latest addition to Dymo Industrial's label printer line, the Rhino 6000 is designed for professional installers looking for the best industrial labeler to improve the efficiency and quality of their on-the-job needs. Advanced product features include:

  • PC Connectivity – Rhino Connect creates labels on your PC to download to the labeler for printing on site
  • Meets all ANSI and TIA/EIA-606-A industry labeling standards
  • One-touch "Hot Keys" automatically size, space and format label text for electrical and patch panels, terminal and
  • 110 blocks, wire and cable flags, horizontal and vertical wraps, vertical and fixed-length applications including 5 line print capability.
  • Prints 6 bar code types including Code 39 and Code 128
  • Symbol library includes more than 250 preprogrammed industry symbols, terms, fractions and punctuation marks
  • Works with 32- and 64-bit Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. 
  • 13-Character, Backlit Display
  • 5-Line print capability

The new Rhino 6000 is now available at most industrial showrooms, commercial web sites and at Dymo.com.

Rhino 6000 kit resize

Hard case kit Contents:

  • Rhino 6000 printer
  • One 1" (19mm) white flexible nylon tape
  • One 1" (9mm) white vinyl tape
  • User manual on CD-ROM and quick reference guide
  • AC adapter
  • USB A-B cable
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery

The MSRP for just the the Rhino 6000 printer is $249.99 and includes the 6000 printer with lithium-ion battery, one 3/4" (19mm) white flexible nylon tape, user manual on CD-ROM and the quick reference guide.

For more product information, please visit www.DYMO.com.

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Clint Deboer was terminated from Audioholics for misconduct on April 4th, 2014. He no longer represents Audioholics in any fashion.

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Recent Forum Posts:

STRONGBADF1 posts on September 25, 2010 08:05
I agree with Clint. Dymo makes some nice products that just work. I'm not in the AV industry but when I purchase for our company I pay more for Dymo because I never hear complaints and their products last.

For home use YMMV.
Clint DeBoer posts on September 25, 2010 01:03
Most label makers print labels that don't stick well to cables and gear. Dymo has it figured out and it's far easier to use than most systems, more flexible, etc… If you use it for a living you don't worry about spending the few extra bucks.
hopjohn posts on September 24, 2010 17:57
puzzled

I'm sure these are great items and look like they'd be fun to play around with. I just can't see spending this kinda of money on something that a p-touch or something similar could do for far less money with respect to labeling cables, distribution boxes and other such tasks that might be required in the A/V realm.
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