Graphic Products Releases YouTube DuraLabel "Toro" Video - Standalone Industrial Label Printer Requires No Network Connectivity
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Press release date: September 25, 2013
DuraLabel Toro featured in new Video from Graphic Products.
This video actually shows the Toro in action, showcasing its speed and versatility.
Portland, OR — If a picture is worth a thousand words, than how much is a moving picture worth? The answer can be found in a just-released video from Graphic Products, Inc. demonstrating the DuraLabel Toro -- a portable, fully integrated label printing system. With its crunchy, guitar-driven soundtrack and gritty, industrial voice over, the new Toro video is captivating the industrial landscape of those looking for an all-purpose labeling system.
"Posting our videos up on YouTube makes our products accessible to a worldwide audience," said Steve Stephenson, chief marketing officer at Graphic Products, Inc., manufacturer of DuraLabel thermal transfer label printers. "This video actually shows the Toro in action, showcasing its speed and versatility."
The DuraLabel Toro combines a full-sized flip-down keyboard, tilting touch screen, OSHA-ANSI compliance software and a thermal-transfer printer into one durable, mobile standalone unit. Toro was designed and engineered by Graphic Products hardware and software engineers and is completely assembled at the Graphic Products campus in Portland, Oregon. The DuraSuite labeling software pre-installed in the Toro printer was also developed in-house by Graphic Products software engineers.
The DuraLabel Toro video is included in the DuraLabel resource library, which is growing nearly every day and now includes:
The monthly DuraNews e-newsletter
Several product catalogs
Downloadable arc flash and pipe marking webinars
Arc flash, OSHA Workplace Safety, Deadliest U.S. Jobs & Cities, 6S System infographics
Seven lean manufacturing guides
Graphic Products, Inc. has developed expertise in a wide range of industrial and safety topics, including:
Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for chemical labeling
Leak detection and repair
Tool crib management
Bloodborne pathogen labeling
Lead hazards in construction
Solar labeling requirements
Importance of lockout/tagout
Stadium signs and labels
Wayfinding strategies and tactics
Maximizing efficiency and productivity at warehouses and distribution centers
With more than 50 unique labeling supplies, Graphic Products, Inc. is equipped to solve problems in the industrial safety arena -- providing the right label material for nearly every type of application including arc flash, pipe marking, facility safety, mining, food processing and construction.
Graphic Products carries a full family of thermal transfer printers for every application, a five-year warranty on labels made with premium vinyl, free technical support. Satisfied customers throughout the world include P&G, Amazon.com, Georgia-Pacific, Boeing, John Deere, Conoco, Sara Lee, Toyota and General Electric. For more information, visit http://www.DuraLabel.com.