I'm looking for a non-thermal label printer and was wondering if anyone knew of a good relatively low-cost model.
We've tried thermal label printers (brother, dymo, etc) and they work fine. Only problem is that the labels are off-white (slightly yellow?) and so they don't blend into white envelopes too well. We tried transparent labels and found that those aren't really transparent, they have a yellow tint. I think the yellow probably has to do with the coating they need to apply on top of these thermal labels.
I'm being picky I know, but presentation is very important for us.
At the moment we're using our laser printer to print sheets of labels but that's not very convenient for one-off labels.
So we think a non-thermal (either laser or ribbon-based) printer might be the best solution.
Thanks for your help.