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This hand-held device labels and identifies components

By Chemical Engineering |

Epson Labelworks PXThe new PX LW-PX300 (photo) is a portable wire-marking, barcode and general-identification printer for creating custom and compliant labels up to 3/4-in. wide. The device can be used to identify wires and equipment, organize tool cribs and storage bins, make safety labels, tag assets and more. The LW-PX300 allows users to quickly print batches of sequenced labels by printing the first label, waiting for the user to cut the label, and then printing the next label in the sequence for faster print-and-apply tasks in the field. — Epson Labelworks PX, Somerset, Wisc.

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