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User reviews and opinions
|Vilosophe||4:00pm on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|This is a great label maker. I use the nylon tape and it sticks well to cables, plastic and metal (computers).|
|sbubul||4:05pm on Thursday, September 9th, 2010|
|Mislabled Item This item is incorrectly labeledDYMO White Tape/ Black Print 1/2 Inch x 23 feet, D1 Style Cartridge (45013).|
|Ateneo||6:30pm on Saturday, April 24th, 2010|
|As you would expect This tape is what you expect for a Dymo LabelManager machine and was at a good price. Best quality labels, but most expensive. Dymo labels tend to be very expensive. These work out at nearly 4p a label. BRIL I HAVE HAVE THIS DYMO NOW FOR WELL OVER A YEAR,AND ITS STILL GOING STRONG,I HIGHLEY RECOMMEND IT FOR EITHER HOME OR OFFICE.|
|newiii||4:01pm on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010|
|never able to use...product shipment did not contain the necessary software to use the burner. Newegg did not have it.|
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Mission Corporate Contacts History Timeline Product Overview Officers
DYMOs mission is to become the
recognized leader in innovative solutions that help people organize and identify their world. In pursuit of this mission, DYMO manufactures and distributes a broad range of labeling products for home, office and commercial use.
DYMO is a brand and Strategic Business
Unit of Sanford Brands, a worldwide leader in the manufacturing and marketing of writing instruments, art products and office organization. Sanford is a division of Newell Rubbermaid Inc. (NYSC: NWL) DYMO offers labeling and organization solutions for your home and office. Visit www.dymo.com for more details.
DYMO Corporation 44 Commerce Road Stamford, CT, 06902-4561 USA 800-426-7827 203-355-9000
Corporate Headquarters DYMO Corporation 44 Commerce Road Stamford, Connecticut, 06902-4561 USA 800-426-7827 203-355-9000
European Headquarters Sint Niklaas, Belgium
Number of Employees Total - 365 US (Stamford CT, and Albany, CA) 115 Europe (Sint Niklaas, Belgium) - 250
Officers Philip Damiano, President Andrew Newmark, Sr. Vice President Business Development Cees Martens, Vice President Global Marketing Hilde Noppen, Vice President Finance & Administration Geert Heyse, Vice President Operations & DYMO Product Development David Block, Vice President PC Products & Chief Technology Officer Vince Kelly, Vice President Sales, (North America)
DYMO was founded in 1958 in California. DYMO Industries introduced the first personal labelmaker, the embosser, and quickly revolutionized the way business and individuals organized and identified their offices and surroundings. DYMO embossers quickly became synonymous with labeling and identification, and DYMO went on to build a very successful business producing and distributing embossers for home, office and commercial applications. Over the decades, DYMO expanded its business into Europe, and in the late 1960s establishing a European headquarter in Sint Niklaas, Belgium. In 1978, DYMO Industries was acquired by Esselte Office Products, one of the largest worldwide office supplies manufacturers. Under the Esselte umbrella, DYMO was able to expand its distribution in the office products segment. In 1990, DYMO expanded its product line to include electronic labelmakers. These new battery powered labelmakers, with built in keyboards, displays, many formatting functions and high quality printing quickly grew into DYMOs largest business segment. DYMO continued to grow rapidly through the 1990s. In 1998, Esselte Office products acquired CoStar Corporation, a USA firm based in Connecticut that had pioneered the market for small, dedicated label printers that connected to PC or Macintosh computers. CoStars tiny LabelWriter printers enable users to print one at a time labels direct from their PC or Macintosh computers, eliminating the hassle of printing labels with standard office printers. The LabelWriter printers handle a wide variety of labels for envelopes, packages, file folders, disks, CDs and other media, name badges and many more
applications. The printers come with their own easy to use software and also work seamlessly with popular programs such as Microsoft Word, Outlook and the Palm Desktop. The addition of the LabelWriter line meant that DYMO offered the most complete line of labeling and identification products on the market. By 2000, CoStar LabelWriter printers had been transitioned to DYMO LabelWriter printers. The organizational structure of DYMO was also changed in 2000. CoStars CEO became the President of the DYMO division. The CoStar team in Connecticut took over responsibility of sales and marketing for all the DYMO product lines sold in North America, along with product development for LabelWriter printers and their supplies. In Europe, DYMO management was centralized in Sint Niklaas, Belgium, where the organization handles sales and marketing for Europe, product development for embossing and electronic labelmakers, and the development and manufacturing of all embossing and electronic tapes. In 2005 DYMO was acquired by Newell Rubbermaid and will be part of the Sanford Brands Business Unit. Today, DYMO offers a complete range of labeling products from simple embossers all the way up to PC connected label printers. DYMO labelmakers are widely used in the home, in the office, and in many industrial and vertical applications such as bar coding, wire and cable marking, color matching, medical instrumentation and security. More information on DYMO and its line of products are available at www.dymo.com
DYMO Industries produces first embossing label maker in Berkeley, CA, USA.
DYMO is acquired by Esselte Office Products AB of Stockholm, Sweden.
CoStar develops LabelWriter, the first PC based personal label printer.
DYMO introduces its first electronic labelmakers.
Esselte Office Products acquires CoStar Corporation to add LabelWriter PC-connected label printers to DYMO product line.
CoStar LabelWriter printers transitioned to the DYMO brand.
DYMO launches the LetraTag, the first electronic labelmaker for the home market.
Esselte creates separate DYMO division, headquartered in Stamford, CT
DYMO launches the RhinoPRO series targeted at commercial and residential installers.
DYMO launches LabelWriter 400 Series
Newell Rubbermaid acquires DYMO.
DYMO manufactures a variety of products for identification and labeling
in the office, home, school, factory or any place that needs organization.
Embossing Labelmakers DYMO ushers in the next generation of embossing with the introduction of Cool ClicksTM, the worlds first talking embosser. Simply choose a letter, squeeze the handle, and then hear Cool ClicksTM speak the chosen letter.
Electronic desktop and handheld labelmakers The LabelMANAGER, LabelPOINT and LetraTag series of desktop and handheld electronic label printers provide easy to use features and permanent labeling solutions in a variety of sizes and colors. From basic label uses around the house, school or craft area, to professional labels and functionality in the office, or factory, DYMO handheld and desktop printers have a tool for every function.
PC Connected label printers DYMO LabelWriter printers set the standard for PC connected label printers. They print a wide variety of label sizes, with laser-like quality, in just a couple of seconds. The printers come complete with easy to use label design software and work directly with popular programs such as Microsoft Word, Outlook , the Palm Desktop, GoldMine and ACTTM. The LabelWriters also come with standard print drivers and can be used on a single desktop or shared over a network. They are frequently integrated into custom applications through the powerful SDK that is available free from dymo.com.
Industrial/Professional Label Printers The RhinoPROTM label printer product line was specifically designed for Commercial and Residential industrial labeling needs. RhinoPRO printers use 4 label materials: Flexible Nylon, Vinyl, Permanent Polyester and Heat Shrink sleeve labels. The Industrial labels were designed to stick and stay stuck in rugged environments in your home, job site, or facility for use on cables and wires, patch panels, home automation and infrastructure equipment.
Philip Damiano - President Phil Damiano is President of DYMO and leads the Company in its mission to become the recognized leader in innovative solutions that help people organize their world. Mr. Damiano is responsible for worldwide operations and management of DYMO. He joined DYMO through Esseltes acquisition of CoStar Corporation in 1998 and stayed on as President following Newell Rubbermaids acquisition of DYMO from Esselte in 2005. Upon graduation from Boston College in 1978, Mr. Damiano became a consultant with Index System based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was responsible for designing and developing securities accounting systems for large financial institutions. In 1980, he moved to New York City to become Vice President of Enterprise Technology Corporation. In 1981, Mr. Damiano co-founded Kensington Microware, a leading global manufacturer of computer accessories. Kensington was sold to ACCO World Corporation in April 1986, where he remained until 1989. In 1989 he co-founded CoStar with his long time business partner Andrew Newmark, who currently serves as Senior Vice President Business Development of DYMO. In 2000, Mr. Damiano was promoted to President of DYMO, responsible for the global division, and in July 2002 was elected to serve on the Esselte Leadership Team. Mr. Damiano received a B.S. in Computer Sciences from Boston College in 1978.
Andrew Newmark, Senior Vice President Business Development Andrew Newmark is Senior Vice President of Business Development, responsible for developing new businesses and corporate partnerships for DYMO. Mr. Newmark joined DYMO in 1998 through the acquisition of CoStar Corporation, the company Mr. Newmark co-founded with Philip Damiano in 1989. Prior to CoStar, Mr. Newmark co-founded Kensington Microware with Mr. Damiano, a company they built into a leading manufacturer of computer accessories before selling Kensington to ACCO World Corporation in 1986. With more than 20 years of experience in the computer and electronics industries, Mr. Newmark has an extensive track record of innovation and value creation. Mr. Newmark received a B.A. in Economics from Stanford University in 1980.
Cees Martens, Vice President Global Marketing Cees Martens is Vice President of Global Marketing for DYMO. He is responsible for managing DYMOs consumer and office business units along with brand marketing. Before this position, Mr. Martens was responsible for DYMOs sales and marketing in Europe and Asia. Mr. Martens re-joined Esselte in 1999. Prior to rejoining Esselte, Mr. Martens was Director of Direct Marketing at Royal Ahrend, a contract stationer in Germany and the Benelux, and was involved in the start-up of Viking Office Products in the Netherlands and Germany. From 1990 to 1995, Mr. Martens was Marketing Manager for Esselte in the Netherlands. Mr. Martens started his career at International Paper in 1987. He received a bachelors degree in Marketing and graduated from the Dutch Institute of Marketing (NIMA). He speaks German, Dutch and English.
Hilde Noppen, Vice President Finance and Administration Hilde Noppen serves as Vice President of Finance and Administration for DYMO. Ms. Noppen is also the Deputy Managing Director of the Sint-Niklaas facility, directly responsible for negotiations with the Works Council and Safety Committee. Ms. Noppen also oversees local HR, legal, finance, tax, administration, safety and environmental issues for Sint-Niklaas. Ms. Noppen joined Esselte in 2000 and was based in Germany for the first two years as Divisional Controller of the Workspace division. Prior to joining Esselte, Ms. Noppen spent five years at the European Headquarters for Toyota in Belgium as head of the Planning and Business Review department, involved in long-term planning and major pan-European Projects. Ms. Noppen received an Accounting Degree in 1988 with specialization of Tax and Analytical Accounting in Leuven. She speaks Dutch, French, English and German.
Geert Heyse- Vice President Operations and DYMO Product Development Geert Heyse is Vice President of Operations and Product Development for DYMO. He is responsible for managing DYMOs European operations and R&D facility in Sint-Niklaas, where he is based. Mr. Heyse began his career with Esselte in 1991 as a Project Manager and was specifically hired to help develop the first line of DYMO electronic labelmakers and tapes. Mr. Heyse has held different management positions in R&D and operations since then, and has been instrumental in building and guiding the labelmaker and consumables R&D team, setting up OEM partnerships in China, and developing the Sint-Niklaas plant into a highly specialized and vertically integrated consumables manufacturing site. Mr. Heyse received a Masters Degree in Electronics from Ghent University in 1989 and a Masters Degree in Operations Management from Leuven University in 1990.
David Block, Vice President PC Products & Chief Technology Officer As Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of PC Products, David Block is responsible for guiding much of DYMO's future technological directions while leading the global development of DYMO's LabelWriter product line and all software development efforts. Mr. Block joined DYMO through the acquisition of CoStar Corporation in 1998, where he was Vice President of Software Development. Prior to joining CoStar, Mr. Block was President and Founder of AddressMate Software, a software publishing company where he designed and wrote a highly regarded product to simplify the mailing of letters. With nearly 30 years in the microcomputer industry, Mr. Block has authored numerous software applications and served as a hardware and software design consultant to some of the most wellknown technology companies including Microsoft, Symbol Technologies, Borland and Socket Communications. His broad range of development efforts have ranged from leading-edge notebook computer designs to spread-spectrum wireless network devices, word processors and more. His experience on both the marketing and development sides of technology companies has allowed him to develop a strong, balanced, user-centered approach to product design. Mr. Block was educated at the University of California at Berkeley, School of Engineering.
Vince Kelly, Vice President Sales (North America) Vince Kelly serves as Vice President of Sales for North America. Mr. Kelly joined DYMO through its acquisition of CoStar in 1998. At CoStar, Mr. Kelly was Vice President of Sales, leading CoStar to many years of consecutive growth in sales and profitability. Mr. Kellys career in sales began at IBM where he worked in sales and marketing of IBM mainframe systems for 13 years. After leaving IBM, he continued his sales career, ultimately holding a Vice President of Sales position at Lotus Development and an Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing position at Corporate Software. Mr. Kelly received a B.E. from Stevens Institute of Technology.
on a Dymo LabelWriter 400 Duo with the SX-2000WG
This is a step by step manual how to install the print server SX-2000WG to network the Dymo LabelWriter 400 Duo. The setup is exactly the same for the SX-2000U2 and the SX-1000U. Dymo LabelWriter 330 Turbo, 320, 310, 400 Turbo, 400, 400 duo are supported by these silex print servers: SX-5000U2, SX-1000U, SX-2000U2, SX-2000WG, SX-3700WB. SX-5000U2 and SX-3700WB use different printing methods please use JC-Print Port 2002 or printing over NetBios (different step by step manual is available at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Before you start:
This setup shows how it works on Dymo LabelWriter Software Version 7.0 for Windows lower versions might vary. Configure the SX-2000WG to make it available on the network (Quicksetup e.g.). Connect SX-2000WG to the network and to your Dymo LabelWriter. Install the SX-Virtual Link application.
( SX-Virtual Link Version 1.3.0 is used in this setup older versions might not have the auto connect feature) Download latest version from our website: http://www.silexeurope.de/euro/support/printserver/virtuallink.html
Please start SX-Virtual Link first, then start the setup from CD choose your language. It is important that you start SX-Virtual Link for later
If necessary please adjust the path
Now press ALT + TAB to switch between the processes (keep ALT pressed and switch with TAB)
Switch so SX-Virtual Link
Connect with the Dymo LabelWriter DUO
Wait until the hardware is found and all drivers are installed
The next steps to change the printer drivers are only necessary on the Dymo LabelWriter 400 Duo:
If you do not have a Dymo LabelWriter 400 Duo please switch to page 25.
At Start, Settings, Printer and Faxes the Dymo LabelWriter is now available.
For the second LabelWriter DUO Label (Copy 1) we need to change the drivers to support the tape printer function.
3 Please move to Manufacturer DYMO and select the DYMO LabelWriter DUO Tape
Now both printers are available.
The 2 Dymo LabelWriters are now available as if they were locally connected: Label Writer
Only for Dymo LabelWriter 400 Duo!
The 2 Dymo LabelWriters are now available as if they were locally connected: Tape Writer
Auto connect feature
If you dont want to enable the connection each time you can enable the auto connect feature. The software SX-Virtual Link will check the printer queue and connect automatically once there is a print job in the queue. This feature enables your device server to act like a real print server. Connect in SX-Virtual Link to the Dymo device. Go to the Add to Favorites menu, enable the function at Printer option.
Your Dymo LabelWriter is now availabel for any client from your network. Please repeat the steps on each client. SX-Virtual Link only supports one client connected at a moment. If you have any futher questions concerning the installation of your silex product please contact us: email@example.com For Information where to buy the SX-2000WG and other silex print servers please check our website www.silexeurope.de or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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