Powerful Simplicity, Label Printing Has Never Been Easier

The Zings patented industrial design provides the fastest, most dependable and cost effective way to print your labels.

Free yourself from the constraints and cost of ink and cartridges by switching to a direct thermal printer.

Thermal printing doesn’t require expensive consumables, which is why it’s used by professional couriers and logistics companies the world over.

For the first time, with the Zing, you can take advantage of this technology and the savings it brings for an incredibly low price.

Zing's stats are impressive.






Printing Life (Length of Label)

Zing is compatible with all major shipping platforms, including:

Industrial Engineering for high volume shippers

Zing is a industrial-grade label printer that is designed to be durable, low cost and easy to use.

Compatible with all major shipping platforms, the Zing offers an easy setup so you can be up and running out of the box in a few minutes!

While exceptionally quick, the Zing still provides exceptional quality of print. Offering sharp, crisp and defined images – perfect for high quality bar codes, QR codes and small text.

Printing around the clock is no bother, the Zing will still provide the same quality, consistency and throughput whether you’re printing 1 label or 10,000.

No need for ink or cartridges! The Zing will use any direct thermal labels, even those provided by some shipping couriers, to give great results every time.

  Zing Printer Dymo 4XL
Printing Speed 150mm/s 86mm/s
Print Labels and Barcodes    
Automatic Label Indentification  
Use with any Direct Thermal Label  
Label Type Rolls and Flats Rolls
Weight 2.2 lbs 1.8 lbs
Dimension 7.7 x 3 x 3.3 inches 10.2 x 10 x 10 inches
Compatible with UPS Labels   Rolls
Compatibility Windows and Mac Windows and Mac

Zing - More Haste More Speed

Flying in the face of popular idioms, the Zing proves that you can be quick without any shortfalls.

Even printing at 150 mm / s, the Zing can provide exceptional clarity and quality of print.

That’s nearly twice as fast as the Zing’s closest competition!

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