The DuraLabel Lobo is introduced as a Grab 'n Go portable labeler for labels up to two inches wide, designed and patented by Graphic Products.
Based on the success of the network independent Toro, the DuraLabel 9000 PS is now offered with a touchscreen for those in need of a larger network free workstation.
To satisfy international demand for the DuraLabel line of label and sign printers, Graphic Products launches distributor networks across the globe.
A major milestone is reached with the introduction of the DuraLabel Toro, a complete stand–alone printing system. It is the first product designed, manufactured and patented by Graphic Products.
Improvements are made to the DuraLabel 2000 for print speed, print quality, display screen, battery, and memory.
The DuraLabel 4000 provides a streamlined option to the popular DLP models.
The DuraLabel 2000, a handheld, battery operated thermal transfer labeler is offered, printing labels up to two inches wide.
The DuraLabel 7000 is offered
to satisfy the demand for larger
labels and signs up to seven
Based on the success of the orange DLP, the higher resolution DLP 300 is introduced.
Graphic Products launches the DuraLabel PRO (DLP).
It becomes Graphic Products' most popular product, and widely known as "the orange printer." It also positions the DuraLabel brand as a global leader in label and sign printing.
Graphic Products launches its flagship DuraLabel brand with the DuraLabel 4–TTP, a desktop thermal transfer printer that becomes popular for safety compliance.
As printing technology for small businesses evolves, Graphic Products expands its product line to include lettering machines, poster printers, laminators and other workplace reproduction products.
Graphic Products opens its doors selling offset printers.