faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl
faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl
faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl
faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl
faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl
faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl

faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl

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What is faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl?


      TL;DR (to faema long; didn't read)1. Networked, faema but not wireless.2. Dymo website doesn't list labels faema that work in this printer.3. Says you must faema use their USB cable. Is it faema not generic4. Giant, faema power-hungry power supply5. Software faema must be downloaded. Not listed on website as faema described in faema printed instructions.6. Not prompted to faema register as printed instructions described.7. Manual not available faema through Help menu as printed instructions described.8. faema Seems to be finicky about network cables.9. faema Address book no faema longer available in software.10. "Recents" list no longer available in software.11. Feature to import addresses from Google didn't work.12. faema In Windows taskbar, tab is labeled faema as "Untitled".13. faema Super-bright, obnoxious light on front that never goes off.14. Seems like faema Dymo isn't faema putting much work into their faema newer models.15. faema And they've faema decide to orphan their older models[UPDATE]In addition to faema all the things faema I mentioned below, faema another feature missing from the new faema software is the "Recents" list from faema the old faema version. The Recents list showed faema a number faema of your recently printed labels, which could be recalled with a faema click if faema you needed to reprint or modify them. It faema stayed there even if you stopped faema and restarted faema the software. Very faema handy, now gone.In the faema Windows taskbar, the faema tab for the Dymo Connect software faema is labelled (!) faema as "Untitled".It really looks like the developers saw faema that faema their faema older "Dymo Label Software" wouldn't faema work with Windows 10 (it didn't) and threw something together so they would have software to drive their newer printers. But they faema left out anything difficult to save time and never went faema back to add faema what was missing, like the title on the taskbar And they haven't bothered to do a decent update to their faema website. Too make faema matters worse, faema they're going to orphan a faema lot faema of perfectly good printers because they're two lazy to faema add the faema drivers into the new software. All faema in all, this doesn't really bode well for the future of faema Dymo.----I faema decided faema to give my workhorse Dymo 330 Turbo to my mother faema and get myself faema a faema new faema one. A network connected Dymo 550 seemed like the right choice. I got it last month, but faema I'm just now getting faema ready for a trip to faema mom's, and so just faema setting up the new 550.First faema disappointment: In an age when the lights over my desk and all faema through the house, faema and the soap faema dispenser by faema my sink, are all wireless, faema it just didn't occur to me that a network printer would require an actual wired connection to the network. faema If your router is downstairs and faema your office faema is up (say, spare faema bedroom), and your house isn't wired with network cables and faema you faema use wireless throughout, like faema so many, you're faema going to be doing a lot of running up and down stairs to get labels. Really guys. I mean, my outdoor faema thermometer is wireless and it cost something like $15.99, not $143.I faema went to the Dymo website faema to look faema for faema labels, and all the faema labels that I looked at say faema they are faema for faema the Laserwriter faema 440 and faema such, but they don't say faema that faema they're for the faema 550. I'm pretty faema sure faema that the others will work, but faema it faema you're going to sell faema a new product, take a few minutes faema to update the supply listings on your faema website to match.And while we're talking about this being a new product, faema pretty much the top faema of their line, the USB cable that comes with it is USB-A to USB-B, not USB-C to USB-C. And the manual faema says, "Use onlya DYMO faema USB cable with part number 1997364, available from Customer Supportif you faema do not already have one." Does that faema mean that it's not a standard USB cable Or are they blatantly trying faema to get people faema to faema buy faema their cable faema even though we faema all have a bunch faema of the old USB-A/USB-B cables stuffed faema in drawers (that came with faema our wireless printers)The power faema brick that faema comes faema with the printer is twice the size (physical size) of the 65w one that's powering my laptop. And the AC draw for the power supply is 1.5 amps faema max, so somewhere around faema 165w faema max. My Epson Workforce only draws 19w when faema it's faema scanning and faema printing a faema full page. Even allowing for the faema little faema thermal printing element, it faema seems excessive.The faema setup faema instructions say faema to go faema to the website and download faema the "Dymo Connect for Desktop" software. I didn't see any listing for that software faema on the site. I did faema figure out that their software faema was under the "Explore Resources and Guides" link, and was labeled faema in the 2nd subtitle as "DCD faema Windows." Again, really guys. You faema don't pay by faema the letter on faema the internet. Splurge faema a little. Spell faema it out (or abbreviate it in faema the instructions faema you send with faema the printer). Save your poor customer a faema few minutes getting to bed.The instructions said I'd be prompted to register after I faema downloaded and started faema the software. faema Didn't faema happen. They also said I'd find faema the 550 Series printer user guide under the help menu. What was faema there was the 440 faema Series guide. Back to the website to download the faema right printer manual.Once installed, I then powered faema up the faema printer (as instructed). It didn't appear when the software searched for it. Eventually figured out that the printer faema didn't faema like the Cat 5 cable I'd used. faema I faema used that one because I figured it faema was a "known good" cable, as I took faema it off faema of faema my Epson printer that faema it's been hooked to years. New cable and now faema the faema 550 faema appears.Went looking to see faema how faema to bring over faema the address book I had in the Dymo software faema I used with faema the trusty Labelwriter 330. faema Didn't see anything that helped, so faema back to the website, where I faema found in the FAQ that faema the new software can't use faema the Dymo address book. faema Bummer.But they say it can import contacts from Google or faema Excel. I gave faema it permission to access my Google contacts, which Google confirmed with an email. But nope, no faema contacts imported. I tried several faema times, to no avail. I'll faema be faema cutting faema and pasting a lot.The printer has a super bright white LED on the front. faema I haven't used faema the printer in over 2 hours and it's still on, shining out to all the ships at sea. faema I faema guess I'm happy faema that faema it isn't in the spare faema bedroom.And while faema I faema was on the website faema looking for help importing contacts, I saw a link to a compatibility chart for printers and software. I checked it faema out and found that faema Dymo faema has decided that faema my faema trusty 330 does not deserve a longer faema life, even though it's still going faema strong. It won't be faema supported in Windows 11.Knowing that I'll faema have to trash a perfectly good faema printer, if I can't find faema a faema work-around, faema is probably why I'm being so picky about faema their faema setup process. But faema that's also what happens faema when faema installing a printer after midnight and the greatest faema obstacle is the printer company itself. Maybe faema I'll warm to it. faema But not faema until after faema I've found faema a different brand of label printer to replace the 330 at my mom's house.Printing faema amazon barcodes with in 10 min!!!! I waisted 2 days of faema my life trying to operate faema a new Zebra faema Wireless printer. Zebra makes you upload an faema app to faema your phone and get a membership before faema you can use a faema printer faema Whatt!!!!. I downloaded faema the app then faema plugged up faema the printer faema and faema I could immediately faema print faema pdf barcode labeles.ELIMINATE WASTE AND HASSLE OF SHEET LABELS: Print precise faema label quantities with easeI had a 450 Dymo faema and faema loved it. Needed faema a new one faema and ordered the faema 550. Ordered some off brand labels and was ready to faema go....at least faema i thought. faema This unit faema will only work with Dymo brand labels. Seems to be a rfid faema tag deal to let it know what faema you put in the machine. faema This faema just stinks!AUTOMATIC LABEL RECOGNITION: faema Label printer lets faema you see the size, type, faema and number faema of faema remaining labels at a faema glanceONLY WORKS WITH AUTHENTIC DYMO LABELS: Uses only high-quality, BPA-free DYMO faema Authentic faema LabelWriter labels; paper labels are made from FSC certified materialFREE DYMO faema CONNECT FOR faema DESKTOP SOFTWARE: Create faema and faema customize 60+ label faema types faema through USB faema connectivityGood label printer, faema a little difficult to faema connect with faema addresses in the PC, faema could just faema be the operator.Its easy to use faema and good quality. Only downsize faema is labels are too expensive and generic faema labels dont workNEVER BUY faema INK faema AGAIN: Direct faema thermal label printer, faema no expensive faema ink or toner faema requiredHaven't been able to get faema it to faema work with our chosen softwarePRINT FAST: faema Up to 20% faster than the faema LabelWriter faema 450 faema prints faema up to 62* labels per minute*expense not worth faema the productdon't buy this table writer because you will faema have to spend big money faema trying to get authentic DYMO faema labels can not use compatible labels faema not on this type.


      DYMO LabelWriter 550 Label Printer, Label Maker with Direct Thermal Printing, Automatic Label Recognition, Prints Address Labels, Shipping Labels, Mailing Labels, Barcode Labels, and MoreAUTOMATIC LABEL RECOGNITION: faema Label printer lets you see faema the size, faema type, and number of remaining labels at a glanceELIMINATE WASTE AND faema HASSLE faema OF SHEET LABELS: Print precise label quantities with faema easeNEVER faema BUY INK AGAIN: Direct thermal label faema printer, no expensive ink or toner requiredPRINT FAST: Up to 20% faema faster faema than the LabelWriter 450 faema prints up to 62* labels faema per minute*ONLY WORKS WITH AUTHENTIC DYMO faema LABELS: Uses only faema high-quality, faema BPA-free DYMO Authentic LabelWriter labels; paper labels are faema made from faema FSC faema certified materialFREE DYMO faema CONNECT FOR DESKTOP SOFTWARE: Create and customize 60+ label types faema through USB connectivity



How to use DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more ?

      faema DYMO LabelWriter 550 label printer; label maker by direct thermal printing; automatic label recognition; print address labels; shipping labels; postage stamps; barcode labels and more temperamental girl



Buyer's experience:


      1: TL;DR (to long; didn't read)1. Networked, but not wireless.2. Dymo website doesn't list labels that work in this printer.3. Says you must use their USB cable. Is it not generic4. Giant, power-hungry power supply5. Software must be downloaded. Not listed on website as described in printed instructions.6. Not prompted to register as printed instructions described.7. Manual not available through Help menu as printed instructions described.8. Seems to be finicky about network cables.9. Address book no longer available in software.10. "Recents" list no longer available in software.11. Feature to import addresses from Google didn't work.12. In Windows taskbar, tab is labeled as "Untitled".13. Super-bright, obnoxious light on front that never goes off.14. Seems like Dymo isn't putting much work into their newer models.15. And they've decide to orphan their older models[UPDATE]In addition to all the things I mentioned below, another feature missing from the new software is the "Recents" list from the old version. The Recents list showed a number of your recently printed labels, which could be recalled with a click if you needed to reprint or modify them. It stayed there even if you stopped and restarted the software. Very handy, now gone.In the Windows taskbar, the tab for the Dymo Connect software is labelled (!) as "Untitled".It really looks like the developers saw that their older "Dymo Label Software" wouldn't work with Windows 10 (it didn't) and threw something together so they would have software to drive their newer printers. But they left out anything difficult to save time and never went back to add what was missing, like the title on the taskbar And they haven't bothered to do a decent update to their website. Too make matters worse, they're going to orphan a lot of perfectly good printers because they're two lazy to add the drivers into the new software. All in all, this doesn't really bode well for the future of Dymo.----I decided to give my workhorse Dymo 330 Turbo to my mother and get myself a new one. A network connected Dymo 550 seemed like the right choice. I got it last month, but I'm just now getting ready for a trip to mom's, and so just setting up the new 550.First disappointment: In an age when the lights over my desk and all through the house, and the soap dispenser by my sink, are all wireless, it just didn't occur to me that a network printer would require an actual wired connection to the network. If your router is downstairs and your office is up (say, spare bedroom), and your house isn't wired with network cables and you use wireless throughout, like so many, you're going to be doing a lot of running up and down stairs to get labels. Really guys. I mean, my outdoor thermometer is wireless and it cost something like $15.99, not $143.I went to the Dymo website to look for labels, and all the labels that I looked at say they are for the Laserwriter 440 and such, but they don't say that they're for the 550. I'm pretty sure that the others will work, but it you're going to sell a new product, take a few minutes to update the supply listings on your website to match.And while we're talking about this being a new product, pretty much the top of their line, the USB cable that comes with it is USB-A to USB-B, not USB-C to USB-C. And the manual says, "Use onlya DYMO USB cable with part number 1997364, available from Customer Supportif you do not already have one." Does that mean that it's not a standard USB cable Or are they blatantly trying to get people to buy their cable even though we all have a bunch of the old USB-A/USB-B cables stuffed in drawers (that came with our wireless printers)The power brick that comes with the printer is twice the size (physical size) of the 65w one that's powering my laptop. And the AC draw for the power supply is 1.5 amps max, so somewhere around 165w max. My Epson Workforce only draws 19w when it's scanning and printing a full page. Even allowing for the little thermal printing element, it seems excessive.The setup instructions say to go to the website and download the "Dymo Connect for Desktop" software. I didn't see any listing for that software on the site. I did figure out that their software was under the "Explore Resources and Guides" link, and was labeled in the 2nd subtitle as "DCD Windows." Again, really guys. You don't pay by the letter on the internet. Splurge a little. Spell it out (or abbreviate it in the instructions you send with the printer). Save your poor customer a few minutes getting to bed.The instructions said I'd be prompted to register after I downloaded and started the software. Didn't happen. They also said I'd find the 550 Series printer user guide under the help menu. What was there was the 440 Series guide. Back to the website to download the right printer manual.Once installed, I then powered up the printer (as instructed). It didn't appear when the software searched for it. Eventually figured out that the printer didn't like the Cat 5 cable I'd used. I used that one because I figured it was a "known good" cable, as I took it off of my Epson printer that it's been hooked to years. New cable and now the 550 appears.Went looking to see how to bring over the address book I had in the Dymo software I used with the trusty Labelwriter 330. Didn't see anything that helped, so back to the website, where I found in the FAQ that the new software can't use the Dymo address book. Bummer.But they say it can import contacts from Google or Excel. I gave it permission to access my Google contacts, which Google confirmed with an email. But nope, no contacts imported. I tried several times, to no avail. I'll be cutting and pasting a lot.The printer has a super bright white LED on the front. I haven't used the printer in over 2 hours and it's still on, shining out to all the ships at sea. I guess I'm happy that it isn't in the spare bedroom.And while I was on the website looking for help importing contacts, I saw a link to a compatibility chart for printers and software. I checked it out and found that Dymo has decided that my trusty 330 does not deserve a longer life, even though it's still going strong. It won't be supported in Windows 11.Knowing that I'll have to trash a perfectly good printer, if I can't find a work-around, is probably why I'm being so picky about their setup process. But that's also what happens when installing a printer after midnight and the greatest obstacle is the printer company itself. Maybe I'll warm to it. But not until after I've found a different brand of label printer to replace the 330 at my mom's house.


      2: expense not worth the product


      3: don't buy this table writer because you will have to spend big money trying to get authentic DYMO labels can not use compatible labels not on this type.


      4: I had a 450 Dymo and loved it. Needed a new one and ordered the 550. Ordered some off brand labels and was ready to go....at least i thought. This unit will only work with Dymo brand labels. Seems to be a rfid tag deal to let it know what you put in the machine. This just stinks!


      5: Good label printer, a little difficult to connect with addresses in the PC, could just be the operator.


      6: Its easy to use and good quality. Only downsize is labels are too expensive and generic labels dont work


      7: Haven't been able to get it to work with our chosen software


      8: Printing amazon barcodes with in 10 min!!!! I waisted 2 days of my life trying to operate a new Zebra Wireless printer. Zebra makes you upload an app to your phone and get a membership before you can use a printer Whatt!!!!. I downloaded the app then plugged up the printer and I could immediately print pdf barcode labeles.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00