[plug] server room visit
krshackleton at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 10:34:22 WST 2012
seems to be really cheap for a machine that makes 32 mm high labels. but
surely one that did 12 mm or even 19 mm high labels would be adequate in
this context. i have a Brother laminating thermal transfer labeler that
has done me fine for the last 10 years or so. kevin
On 3 January 2012 09:52, Gregory Orange <home at oranges.id.au> wrote:
> On 2 January 2012 22:11, James Bromberger <james at rcpt.to> wrote:
> > I've been happy in the past with a Brady labeller - the IdXpert with
> > self-laminating labels. Both ends of the cable printed with the *same*
> > indicating what its plugged into on *both* ends, and a healthy approach
> > printing correct labels when you change things. Around $400 on Amazon US
> > (
> > I've found the labels have stayed attached regardless of cold colo server
> > room temperature, or hot fans blowing on to it, over a number of years.
> > They're notcheap, but they're good.
> Yikes, notcheap indeed. Does anyone have one of those available to
> borrow? In fact at that purchase price, how about a rental? Dollars or
> beer (or the far superior cider) are of course an option.
> Gregory Orange
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