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From: Santa Fe, NM
About Me Midrange Shopper
Not all it's cracked up to be12/21/2012PROSSimple Controls
CONSNo Symbols As Advertised
No Punctuation Marks
Comments about Dymo Office Mate III bought this to make labels for hardware bins. I had a Label Buddy, but it finally stopped feeding tape, so I bought this to replace it since it was advertised to use 3/8" tape and I had several rolls of various colors on hand. It also advertised that it was "designed to print letters, numbers and symbols..." Though this one feeds 3/8" tape, (and they included some with the unit) the lettering is not centered, and the baseline on the labels is at the very bottom edge after the tape adjusts itself. The lettering on the first few labels is randomly spaced. The unit is obviously designed to handle 1/2" tape (which would probably center better) so the lettering is larger than the symbols on the Label Buddy, emphasizing the problem. If you want the lettering centered on 3/8" tape, you have to manually hold the tape in the center of the feed groove for every letter, which is inaccurate, time consuming, and wastes tape because you have to advance the tape far enough to manipulate the end of the tape before you start embossing. If you squeeze the cutter too hard, it cuts all the way through the tape where it is supposed to score, so it can be difficult to remove the backing from the labels, as there is no "tab" to fold back to start the removal of the backing. Though it claims to print "symbols", the only two symbols other than letters and numbers are $ and £. The only punctuation mark is a period, so I can't make labels for different sized nuts and bolts (for example 1/4" hex nuts, or #10 washers) because there is no / , " , or # symbol. For my needs, it is virtually useless.OCCUPATION: Work From HomePRIMARY USE: Business
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