DYMO Corporation
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DYMO Corporation
Dymo Corporation
Subsidiary
IndustryPrinting
FoundedJune 1958; 61 years ago (1958-06) in Berkeley, California
FounderRudolph Hurwich
HeadquartersUnited States
ProductsHandheld label printers, handheld embossing tape label makers
Brands
ParentNewell Brands
Websitedymo.com

Dymo Corporation is a US manufacturing company of handheld label printers and thermal-transfer printing tape as accessory, embossing tape label makers, and other printers such as CD and DVD labelers and durable medical equipment.

The company is a subsidiary of Newell Brands.

History

Dymo embossing tape label maker around 1967

David Souza from Oakland, California invented embossing tape and the handheld plastic embossing labeler.[1] Dymo Industries, Inc. was founded in 1958 to produce handheld tools that use embossing tape.[2]

The company was acquired by Esselte in 1978,[3] and battery-powered printers became a major product after 1990. The corporation was sold to Newell Rubbermaid in 2005.[2][4]

Label sizes

Following is a list of the label sizes popular for their LabelWriter (400, 450) printer series:[5]

Dymo LetraTag, thermal-transfer printing label maker
5-digit label # 7-digit label # General name Width (inches) Height (inches) Labels per roll Label appearance
30251 Address 3​ 1​ 130 White
30252 Address 3​ 1​ 350 White
30253 Address 3​ 1​ 700 White, (2 up)[6]
30256 Shipping 4 2​ White
30320 Address 3​ 1​ 130 White
30330 Return Address 2 500 White
30332 1 1 White
30333 White, (2 up)
30334 2​ 1​ White
30335 White, (4 up)
30857 1760756 Name Badge 4 2​ 250 White [7]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Hand operated embossing tool patent" (PDF).
  2. ^ a b CableOrganizer.com. "The History of DYMO®". www.cableorganizer.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Bay-Area entrepreneur-humanitarian Rudolph Hurwich dies at 92 (Community Voices) - Oakland Local". Oakland Local. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Newell Rubbermaid to acquire label manufacturer Dymo Corp". www.cablinginstall.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "LabelWriter (LW) Labels". Dymo Corporation. Retrieved 2015.
  6. ^ "Specs for 30253". PTouchDirect.com. Retrieved 2015.
  7. ^ "Citation for 1760756". Retrieved 2015.

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