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Brady X-7-498 IDXPERT 0.5" Height, 0.5" Width, B-498 Repositionable Vinyl Cloth, Black On White Color Label (300 Per Cartridge)
Brady 60457/X-7-498 Idxpert Label. Special Properties are clean removability, good moisture resistance, ideal for temporary labeling applications, repositionable. The size is 0.5" width, 0.5" height and the range of diameter is 0.110" max. Its printable Area is 0.500" width, 0.500" height. Black on White colored, Surfaces are Powder Coated, Smooth, Textured/Rough. Thermal transfer print technology is used. Material type is coated vinyl cloth. Semi-gloss white, yellow and orange finish. Repositionable rubber based adhesive. Applications are Wire, cable, and general identification numbers, letters and conduit and voltage markers, brady series R6200 is white recommended ribbon (brady series R4300 and R6000 ribbons also acceptable). B-498 is a UL Recognized Component to UL969 Labeling and Marking Standard when printed with Brady Series R6200 ribbon. See UL file MH17154 for specific details. UL information can be accessed online at UL.com. Search in Certifications area, Brady B-498 is RoHS compliant to 2005/618/EC MCV amendment to RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC.
A Printer To Remove Ink
Zap, slip a printed paper in this printer and you'll get a clean white one in exchange. In the perspective of re-using paper and office supply, here's an interesting new gadget by designer Kim Su Yeon.
The Ink Removal Printer applies a similar concept of a dermatologist laser-burning dark spots from your skin to paper. Apparently it works specifically with non-ink based printing, as your office's laser printer.
We can ask ourselves whether this system is more energy efficient than traditional paper recycling. But, hey... the idea is great!
Read more on Yanko Design.
There are a few photos here of a colour laser printer with plenty of cyan toner floating around inside.
The build-up was so bad that we had to strip the printer to clean it. This photo shows the high voltage power supply of the printer.
Oh, it also shows the root cause of the problem - yes, a mouse thought a laser printer was a fun place to hide.
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