Why this label limits the maximum and minimum cable outside diameter (Cable O.D.)?
Max. Cable O.D.: On a cable has a diameter larger than 12.1 mm (0.48″), the length of the laminate area will not cover the print-on area, so that will not protect the printing/writing.
Min. Cable O.D.: On a cable has a diameter smaller than 6.1 mm (0.24″), part of the print-on area will be overlapped, which means the printing might be covered. For example, the label works with Cat. 5e UTP, but the print-area will be 3.1 mm (0.12″) overlapped. This requires you bottom align your printing on the print-on area.
1. MS Word template: If you are more comfortable in Microsoft Word, we recommend downloading our MS word .doc files.
2. PDF template: If you are using Adobe products, such as Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat or Reader, we recommend downloading the .pdf file.
3. Open Office: If you are not quite sure, or do not have preferred software, we will point you in the direction of Open Office, a free word processor you can download – including on both Windows and Mac OS.
4. Online print: You can download the .jpg file as a background, and design your label on some free web-based image editing software like Pixlr.
5. Step by step guidance for how to Import labels’ contents from MS Excel to our MS Word template for massive print.
If you are a Mac OS user, we recommend using OpenOffice template, PDF template, or the online print methods.
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