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1/2 BLACK ON WHITE TAPE CASS

Misco No. : 12636
Manufacturer/No: Brother / TX231
Price:
£16.95 Ex VAT
£20.34 Inc VAT
Availability: In stock
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Brother's laminated tapes-both the TC, TX and TZ lines-consist of six layers of materials, resulting in thin, yet extremely strong, labels. Characters formed with thermal transfer ink are actually printed onto the underside of a laminate. Sandwiched between two layers of PET (polyethylene) film, the characters are virtually indestructible.
This is a Black on White laminated tape.

Product DescriptionBrother - laminated tape - 1 roll(s)
Media TypeLaminated tape
Media SizeRoll (1.2 cm x 15.2 m)
Printing TechnologyDirect thermal
Media ColourBlack, white
Included Qty1 roll(s)
Designed ForP-Touch 7000, 8000, PC



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