I’ve recently been selling some old items on eBay and got a 4×6 thermal label printer for the parcels. I’m using the MUNBYN 4×6 Thermal Label Printer. It took me a bit to get used to it and I learned a few things along the way that I thought I’d share! I’m glad I got this printer, it’s made my shipping process a lot quicker.
Inside the box, you get the printer, a driver CD, labels, USB cable, USB-A to USB-C converter and finally the power cord. After putting the labels in, you may need to adjust the sliders inside, to avoid loose labels. The drivers can be downloaded from the website and run through the whole setup process.
MUNBYN 4×6 Thermal Label Printer Review
The label printer will appear in your list of printers. Make sure the size is set correctly as this caused me no end of issues. There are a huge amount of videos from MUNBYN that troubleshoot a lot of issues. The only other issue was I needed to make the labels a bit darker. This was so the QR codes could be scanned etc. Once you’re good to go and about to print your first set of labels. Your scanner measures the first label then begins to print from the 2nd sheet.
A common problem some readers have is that the printer seems to ‘skip one, print one’. This is because they turn the printer off/on with every label OR take out the labels after every print. I leave the printer on and the paper in, which solves that issue. If you’re still experiencing this problem, have a look at your printing settings.
After a couple of issues, I was printing with no problems at all. I use Hermes as the main shipper, and I can print directly from them onto the label printer and it comes out perfect.
Overall, I’ve had the MUNBYN 4×6 Thermal Label Printer for almost a month and after the initial few attempts to adjust to my labels, it’s perfect!