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Old 06-05-2007, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default Where to buy Blank Battery Sticker Labels?

You know the labels that the battery matchers use?


I know its printed on the Turbo Matcher, but if i was to design the template myself and print it on my laser printer.

I dont want to print voltage numbers, just make my own Awesom-O personal labels
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You know the labels that the battery matchers use?


I know its printed on the Turbo Matcher, but if i was to design the template myself and print it on my laser printer.

I dont want to print voltage numbers, just make my own Awesom-O personal labels
compulabel.com has some. So does Onlinelabels.com Just depends on what your looking for.

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thanks man, whats the standard size? could you prived like a label number? Avery or whatever there called

thanks
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thanks man, whats the standard size? could you prived like a label number? Avery or whatever there called

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The size most us is 1.5x1 inch. the compulabel number for that size is 330153 but I dont like their labels much. They quality is lower.

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We use laser printers to do our labels and really have had great luck with the following gloss labels.

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is there a good free labelling template or program available?
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If you are looking for just basic templates you can check out Onlinelabels.com they have some free ones that will work with MSWord and Excel. Other then that we use CEI Turbo Label.
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You can also pm Dekel.com. Mick can do them his work is great. I know a guy in my club that has replaced his number with a sticker of 1,2,3,etc. that way he keep his batteries in order. dekel work is great. and plus there each sticker is pre,cut if you need more info don't hesitate to contact me or Mick at dekels. he also goes by Dekels_man
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yeh he does good stuff

but i dont need the film sticker and at $1 a sticker its out of my budget.
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If you want the cheap way, use a computer that has Word and set up margins (or use the label template), put on your graphics, text, etc. and print on one of the labels you like e.g. that gloss one. If the label is an office supply standard, the newer Word programs have the dimensions already programmed. If not, get out the ruler and set it up manually. That's how I do things like address labels and even sometimes custom graphics for my car, printed on clear labels (background color my choice) or occasionally even white lables. Laserjet printer would be better than inkjet, less prone to run, but if you have inkjet, then you could cover it with contact paper, laminate it, clear tape, or just shrink wrap over it, whatever. If you can afford it I'd use what EA or other matchers recommend for labels since you know they will perform OK in the heat, etc.
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