Nov 122013

Hello everyone,

Today marks the first of our featured software posts. Over the coming weeks and months, we will highlight real applications that use the DYMO SDK. These posts will provide information and quotes from DYMO SDK developers/customers/users/etc. explaining how they were able to successfully integrate DYMO printers into their real world solutions. First up today,

Michael, a programmer/analyst working at, says:

At, Inc., we use DYMO label printers crucially in our business to keep track of clients’ problem hard drives and other storage media at our offices, as well as the new drives we use for returning data, clone drives we use in recovery work, the containers we store case materials in, and any other equipment and materials associated with a data recovery case. With the DYMO SDK and label templating, we were able to integrate one-click printing of all labels needed into our case tracking system. Once newly received case materials have been checked into our system, we have a “Quick Labels” link that immediately prints labels based on what items were just checked in. We’ve also made a simple jQuery dialog that allows for printing different quantities of the various types of labels at will. The labels include the case number, item type code, checked in date, last name initial, and a barcode for scanning into our system. The extremely simple process, enabled by the DYMO SDK, results in aiding in our critical tracking of all case items.

Here are some screenshots showing how has integreated DYMO printers into their case tracking system:


If you would like to learn more about, please visit their website at If you would like your DYMO SDK application featured here on the blog, please comment on the following blog post with more information about your software:

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