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DYMO RhinoPRO 6000 Label Printer (1734519)

by DYMO
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  • Labeling Tool
  • Connect to your PC via USB and use Rhino Connect software to create labels and download them to the labeler for printing right at the job site.
  • 1-touch hot keys automatically size, space and format face plate tags, wire wraps, terminal/110 block labels, barcodes and more, speeding printing.
  • Meets all ANSI and TIA/EIA-606-B industry labeling standards. Prints Code 39 and Code 128 barcodes for asset management.
  • Last-label memory and storage for up to 1000 of the labels you use most. Symbol library includes more than 250 pre-programmed industry symbols.
  • Integrated rubber bumpers for slip-resistant grip, protection against damage from falls.
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Product Description

Product Description

DYMO RhinoPRO 6000 Label Printer (1734519). Connect to your PC via USB and use Rhino Connect software to create labels and download them to the labeler for printing right at the job site. 1-touch hot keys automatically size, space and format face plate tags, wire wraps, terminal/110 block labels, barcodes and more, speeding printing. Meets all ANSI and TIA/EIA-606-B industry labeling standards. Prints Code 39 and Code 128 barcodes for asset management. Last-label memory and storage for up to 1000 of the labels you use most. Symbol library includes more than 250 pre-programmed industry symbols. Integrated rubber bumpers for slip-resistant grip, protection against damage from falls.

From the Manufacturer

DYMO Industrial Solutions

Leave any job site looking better than you found it. Designed based on inputs from professional installers, DYMO Industrial products are tough, affordable, long lasting--and loaded with convenient features that help you save time and money every day.

DYMO Industrial Labels

Choose job-site tested, extreme temperature and moisture resistant labels that stick and stay stuck. DYMO offers a wide variety of sizes and colors.

How to Choose the Right DYMO Industrial Label
How to Choose the Right DYMO Industrial Label
DYMO offers the right label for virtually every
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Available DYMO Industrial Labels
Available DYMO Industrial Labels
Job-site tested, DYMO Industrial labels offer
exceptional convenience and reliability. View larger.

DYMO Rhino Label Printers

Get your hands on a handheld labeling system engineered for your world. Not only does it meet ANSI/TIA/EIA-606-A labeling standards, it will meet yours.

Printer Selection Guide
Rhino 6000

Rhino 6000

Rhino 5200

Rhino 5200

Rhino 4200

Rhino 4200

Barcodes
6
Code 39 + Code 128
Code 39 + Code 128
Patch Panels
Yes
Yes
No
110 Blocks
Yes
Yes
No
Terminal Blocks
Yes
Yes
No
Flags & Cable Wraps
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fixed & General
Yes
Yes
Yes
Breakers & Modules
Yes
Yes
Yes
Self Laminating
Yes
No
No
Serialization
Advanced
Advanced
Simple
Pre-Programmed Symbol Library
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pre-Programmed Term Library
Yes
No
Yes
Customizable Library
Yes
Yes
Yes
Memory
1000 Labels
100 Labels
25 Labels
PC Connectivity (USB)
Yes
No
No
Rhino Connect Software Compatible
Yes
No
No
Import Graphics
Yes
No
No
Import Data from Excel
Yes
No
No
Import DataCom Templates
Yes
No
No
Li-ion Rechargeable Battery
Included
Capable
Capable
Cutter Type
Electronic
Manual
Manual
Keyboard Type
ABC
ABC
QWERTY
Backlit Display
Yes
Yes
Yes
Integrated Rubber Bumper
Yes
Yes
Partial
Multi-Label View
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lanyard Loop
Yes
Yes
No
Number of Styles
5
5
5
Maximum Lines of Print
5
5
5
Number of Character Sizes
7
7
7
Printing Process
Thermal Transfer
Thermal Transfer
Thermal Transfer
Print Resolution
180 dpi
180 dpi
180 dpi
Languages
11
17
20
Dimensions
9.7"H x 5.4"W x 2.5" D
9.2"H x 4.9"W x 2.5" D
7"H x 4.6"W x 2.25" D
Weight
4 pounds
2 pounds
2 pounds
Tape System
Rhino Industrial Labels
Rhino Industrial Labels
Rhino Industrial Labels
Tape Width in Inches
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 1"
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4"
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4"

Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameDYMO
Item Weight4 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 11 x 3.5 inches
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Item model number1734519
Coloryellow/black
Material TypeABS Plastic
Number of Items1
Size3/8" - 1/2"
Manufacturer Part Number1734519
  
Additional Information
ASINB000VA2F2U
Best Sellers Rank #48,567 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First AvailableAugust 22, 2003
  
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88 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Michael W. Tan on March 22, 2010
I'm not even going to bother to cite the myriad of annoyances and shortcomings with this product; other reviewers have already eloquently done so. Instead, I'm going to assume that this product functions as one would expect and is comparable to the Brother (which IMO they are much inferior), and just focus on the TCO (total cost of ownership). Assuming one is shopping for a handheld industrial label printer, there are really only two players - Brother and Dymo. Brother offers the PT-1650 ($159 MSRP) and the PT-7600 ($199 MSRP). Dymo offers the Rhino "Pro" 5200 ($219 MSRP) and Rhino "Pro" 6000 ($299 MSRP). Actual street prices are lower with the Brother products about $50-100 less. Or stated another way, if you purchase the Brother WITH the hard case, you'll still have some change in your pocket as compared to buying the Dymo WITHOUT the hard case.

Both label printers are extremely wasteful of label tape out of the box. I think this is by design as they really make their money on labels. In both cases there are settings that can dramatically reduce the waste if you READ THE MANUAL and learn how to properly use the product. But the P-Touch is ultimately more efficient because not only do you waste less material per cut but you can print larger fonts on the smaller sized labels. Again my personal experience aside, if we strictly look at the cost of supplies, the difference in cost is startling. Rhino Nylon Tape MSRP is $18.99 (1/2"), 20.99 (3/4"), and 22.99 (1") for 11.5 feet or $1.65-2.00/ft. P-Touch Flexible ID Tape MSRP is $19.99 (1/2"), 23.49 (3/4"), 27.99 (1") for 26.2 feet or $.763-1.07/ft. I can purchase the Brother 1/2" tape online for $9.93 whereas the Dymo tape is $11.80 online. In other words, the Dymo 1/2" tape costs me 2.7x as much as the Brother tape.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By M. Quinlan on January 28, 2010
I install data cabling for a living and frequently have to label patch panels - requiring multiple serialized labels of the same size. Such labels are easy to setup on the printer and you can see the entire series of labels on screen before printing, so you know exactly what you're going to end up with when you print. Unfortunately, when pausing to cut between labels, the printer advances the label to the appropriate position for cutting before starting to print the next label. The result is that each label must be manually trimmed before it can be applied.

I confirmed with Dymo/Rhino tech support that this is the way the printer is designed to work and that there are no plans to change it. In fact, I have had this printer for almost two years, and complained about this issue immediately after purchase, and they have yet to release a firmware update to correct the issue. Even the newer model 5200, released over 1 year after my original complaint, works the same way.

In contrast, my Brother P-Touch 1600 supports a cut mode that cuts consecutively printed labels in the proper place, requiring only that the first label be manually trimmed.

The tech support people I've talked to, as well as Dymo reps at trade shows, all understand the issue and have agreed that this is not a desirable way for the printer to work. Apparently the engineers behind the product haven't used the finished product, haven't been made aware of the issue, or don't think it's a problem.

When compared to my P-Touch, the maximum print size on the same label width is smaller on the Rhino, which leaves a much larger margin above and below the text. The printing seems to be at a lower resolution than the P-Touch, but maybe it just looks that way because of the font that the Rhino uses.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By D. Barry on October 18, 2007
The 6000 is the latest in the line of Rhinopro label printers. While this is the most expensive, it seems to answer all of the criticisms I have seen of the earlier versions, and is an incredibly versatile machine.

The printer takes tapes from 1/4 inch to a full 1 inch wide. It is not clear from the literature, but a call to Dymo confirmed that the 6000 takes the D1 tapes as well as the specialized Rhino tapes, so there is a wide range of sizes and colors available, and you can use tapes you might already own for one of the other Dymo printers.

Earlier models were criticized for the way the rubber cover made tape changing difficult. On this model, the rubber is built in, and tape changing is as simple as opening a flap at the bottom. Another plus is that the tape width is now entered on the keyboard when a tape is changed, and not with a switch in the tape compartment.

The label printer is easy to use as a standalone device, but can also be driven from a PC. As a Mac user, I haven't yet been able to try this. There is currently no Mac version of the software.

Operation through the keyboard is relatively straightforward, given the number of different options that are available, and is made easier by the dedicated function keys that allow you to select the type of label you want to produce. I bought the unit primarily so that I could label light switches at our new home, and to label the myriad of cables and power bricks that come with every new piece of electronics these days.
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