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The ZD410 is highly customizable, with models available in two-inch or four-inch print width and several available connection options. You can get this printer with serial, USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth connectivity. Just be sure the printer you purchase has the connection you need; all models do not have all connections.




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This printer scored well for functionality and its multiple connection types. It lost some points for only having a one-year warranty (competitor Star Micronics offers a three-year warranty) and because it needs to be actively plugged into an electrical outlet to work.


  • Integrated Control i.Print: Best for Nutrition LabelsOverviewSpecificationsFeaturesAlternatives Overall Score: 3.88 / 5RATING CRITERIAPrice 1.50 / 5Features 4.50 / 5Ease of Use 3.75 / 5Expert score 4.38 / 5ProsCan build labels directly in printer via touch screen

  • Retains recipes and ingredient lists for labels

  • Built on the Zebra ZD410

  • Prints nutritional information and other types of food safety labels

  • ConsPricing is custom-quoted

  • 1-year warranty

What we like:The i.Print from Integrated Control, which creates safety solutions for food service businesses, is a touch-screen barcode label printer built onto the high-performing Zebra ZD410 printer. The Zebra printer alone is our top scorer, so it makes sense that the i.Print would also perform well. The i.Print system allows you to store recipes, videos, and ingredient information to print detailed food labels with ingredients, allergens, and nutritional information in addition to barcodes.


It earned points for its ability to connect to computers and POS systems via Wi-Fi and for how easy it makes printing complicated food safety labels. This printer lost some points for price, though. It requires a custom quote and can only be purchased from Integrated Control. Though if you want a printer that is nearly as strong for food safety labeling and widely available, consider the Epson TM-L90 PLUS.


Integrated Control designed the i.Print on top of the Zebra ZD-410 printer, so the printer performance is top of the line. Though the cost for the i.Print is higher than the Zebra printer alone and will require a custom quote.


The i.Print from Integrated Control, which creates safety solutions for food service businesses, is a touch-screen barcode label printer built onto the high-performing Zebra ZD410 printer. The Zebra printer alone is our top scorer, so it makes sense that the i.Print would also perform well. The i.Print system allows you to store recipes, videos, and ingredient information to print detailed food labels with ingredients, allergens, and nutritional information in addition to barcodes.


Priced at $369 to $560, the cost of multiples of this printer can add up. And take care when you purchase, as some vendors sell the power cords and charging docks separately. If you see a price that seems too good to be true, make sure the printer includes the charger. The P60II also only connects via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. For a more traditional desktop configuration, the Zebra ZD410 is a better choice.


This printer is the replacement for the wildly popular DYMO 450 LabelWriter, which DYMO stopped making. DYMO 450 users should note that the 550 LabelWriter only accepts DYMO labels. So, if you used custom labels with your 450 LabelWriter, they will not be compatible with the 550 LabelWriter. If you want to keep your custom labels, check out the Zebra ZD410 instead; it accepts the widest range of labels of any printer on this list, and also integrates with Square.


The DYMO LabelWriter 550 is one of the most widely available printers on this list. You can buy it from Amazon (like the others on this list). But unlike the others, you can grab one of these printers from your local office supply store if you need it right away.


If you want a label printer with more POS integrations than just Shopify and Square, try the Epson TM-L90 or Star Micronics TSP743II. If you use custom label paper branded with your logos or required disclaimers (as in veterinary offices or pharmacies), check out the Zebra ZD410.


We looked for barcode printers priced below $550, giving extra points to printers that cost less than $400. We also considered the cost of label rolls, giving the highest marks to brands that use labels that cost less than $5 per roll.


We looked for barcode label printers that print on thermal paper, negating the need for pricey ink cartridges. We also considered print speed, image resolution, and available POS and ecommerce integrations.


Handheld and mobile barcode printers are increasingly popular as commerce moves from traditional brick-and-mortar storefronts into pop-ups and on-site services. We like the Epson P60II for a handheld barcode printer; it is popular with pop-up sellers and service providers and integrates with Square POS systems. But printer brands Zebra and Star Micronics also make handheld, mobile barcode printers if you want to consider more options.


Barcode label printers range in price from $80 to over $1,000. The price will vary based on the connection type you need; if you need POS connectivity, you can expect to spend between $300 to $500 per printer. Desktop barcode printers tend to cost less, closer to the $100 to $250 range. Though mobile barcode printers run the gamut; consumer grade barcode printers by Munbyn and Phomemo run around $60 to $180 each, while rugged, industry-grade mobile printers from Zebra can run up to $900 or higher.


Barcode labels keep information flowing and allow warehouses, event companies, healthcare providers, restaurants, and retailers to track products and people. We found the Zebra ZD410 to have the widest range of applications of any of the 18 printers we considered. With POS integrations, multiple connection types, and support for a wide range of third-party labels, the Zebra ZD410 prints everything from warehouse labels to price tags, shelf tags, and tamper-evident seals. Purchase from Amazon to get started with this user-friendly printer.


Shop barcoding software capable of printing high-quality and precise barcodes using your own printer. Label printing software provides flexibility allowing you to create your own designs and print barcode labels for various applications. Barcodes, Inc. carries the best software from the best brands. Also find asset tracking and inventory software that includes barcoding software. Talk to one of our experts for any assistance in choosing your barcode software.


Looking for thermal labels for your thermal barcode printer? We have a wide variety of thermal transfer labels and direct thermal labels for all printing applications. Whether you are printing shipping labels, asset labels or inventory labels. You will find the sizes, label materials or colored labels needed for your specific print job. Need ink-jet labels and laser jet labels for your office printers, we have you covered! We also fulfill preprinted labels and custom label requests to fit any requirement. Unsure of the best solution for your needs? Contact our knowledgeable representatives and have a unique label created for your company or application.


Shop portable label printers capable of printing high-quality, high-volume labels. Here you will find barcode printers from the best brands including Zebra, Brother, Datamax, Honeywell and much more. Find various options including portable wireless printers, Bluetooth connectivity, thermal transfer and much more. Shop printers below or speak with a Barcodes, Inc. specialist today.


Barcodes, Inc. offers wax ribbon, resin ribbon and wax-resin ribbon for printing on thermal transfer labels. If you have a thermal transfer printer you will need thermal transfer ribbon in order to print high-quality barcodes. All popular sizes and colors of thermal transfer ribbons are ready for direct delivery, with many others available by special order. 041b061a72


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