The LW-PX300 is a smaller, lighter and extremely affordable label maker for wire-marking and barcode labels
up to 3/4" (18 mm) wide.
SOMERSET, WI | | The new Epson LABELWORKS PX LW-PX300 is a portable wire-marking, barcode and general-identification printer for creating custom and compliant labels up to 3/4" (18 mm) wide.
Identify wires and equipment, organize tool cribs and storage bins, make safety labels, tag assets and more. With special-function hot keys, this easy-to-use label maker offers extraordinary flexibility and power at an extremely affordable price.
The LW-PX300 allows users to quickly print batches of sequenced labels by printing the first label, waiting for the user to cut the label, and then printing the next label in the sequence for faster print-and-apply in the field.
“The grab-and-go LW-PX300 is a cost-conscious, compact solution for industrial professionals and applications,” says Andrew Kasun, marketing manager for Epson LABELWORKS PX. “The LW-PX300 is pared down to essential functions to be more affordable, without sacrificing functionality or quality, and also is backed by our outstanding lifetime warranty.”
The LW-PX300 has a removable rubber sleeve to ensure durability and a easy-to-read backlit screen for low-light environments.
The LW-PX300 uses LABELWORKS PX industrial supplies from 1/4" (6 mm) to 3/4" (18 mm) wide, plus heat shrink tubing in 1/8” (3 mm) and 3/16” (5 mm) sizes plus magnetic tape, strong adhesive, and more. Durable LABELWORKS PX supplies have more material per cartridge and are designed to simplify supply selection for professional and industrial visual communication throughout the facility or in the field or job site.
Epson LABELWORKS PX products are available in the United States and Canada through authorized dealers. For international sales inquiries or more information, go tohttps://labelworks.epson.com/
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