With a label maker, you can organize your workspace and projects a whole lot easier — knowing what goes where prevents headaches long before they happen. DYMO ruggedized its Rhino 1000 labeler for use in an industrial environment. Its rubberized and chemical-resistant outside makes it tougher than your average office label maker. It also offers extra features specifically for the shop.
The Rhino 1000 weighs just nine oz. and measures 6″ x 4″ x 1-3/4″, so you can carry it around all day with relative ease. It can print specialized characters for A/V, electrical, and safety applications, and it’ll do sequentially numbered labels to cut down on typing. Its thermal-transfer labeling tape, with stronger adhesive, sticks better to flat, curved, or rough surfaces.
It’ll make flag-type labels as well as set-width labels. My personal favorite is the ability to print on DYMO’s special heat-shrink wire sheath. All this organizing bliss will cost you about $50.