acamo (GP-1500)

Two-color Linerless label printer (red & black simultaneously) for attractive labels that add emphasis with red color. And a drop-in label roll design makes roll replacement stress-free!

GP-1500 is a two-color (red & black) thermal linerless label printer. Two-color label printing lets you emphasize parts of the label with red color and create attractive, impactful labels.
You get outstanding usability, with easy input from the versatile touch panel or a mouse and keyboard, drop-in roll replacement, and variable label length with the auto-cutting feature. Print a wide variety of labels from 30 mm to 165 mm long.

Red color creates attractive labels and makes text stand out. Prints two colors (red & black) simultaneously.

This specialty two-color thermal printer prints red and black simultaneously. Make warnings, important information -- anything you want to emphasize --  stand out using vivid red lettering. Create expressive and impactful labels -- particularly useful for warning labels and food labels.

Printing labels is simple and intuitive!

Choose a preset label pattern from thumbnails or a list. Then enter the label information using a mouse and keyboard and set the number of labels to print. It's that easy!
The 7-inch wide LCD touch panel lets you check the image of the label as you create it, and makes operation intuitive.

Drop-in design makes roll replacement quick and easy

The GP-1500 is designed with a clam-shell form factor. So, replacing the label roll means simply opening the top and dropping in a new roll! Roll replacement is quick and easy, even when you're at your busiest. 

Linerless labels let you freely adjust the label length

Using linerless labels, GP-1500 can print and auto-cut labels from 30 mm to 165 mm long. Because the labels have no liner, you don't need to swap rolls when printing labels of different lengths. And there is no liner waste, making this a truly environmentally friendly label printer.

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