The tough Toro is ready to work anywhere you are. With label supplies built for any season or surface, you can print labels to withstand blistering sun or be seen in low light. You can label surfaces from -320° to 300° Fahrenheit. Wet surfaces, oily surfaces, dirty surfaces – you name it – even areas with harsh chemicals that make other labels streak, shrivel or dissolve: The Toro is ready to leave its mark.
Not only does Toro print signs and labels that are tough, bright, and clear, but also long. Using the extended print function, you can even print signs and labels from .5" to 4" and half the length of a football field, although we've never heard of anyone doing that.
Toro is easy to get started with right out of the box, thanks to its simple, user-friendly design. Not only does Toro come with its own touch screen and stylus, but also software designed to make any sign or label you need with a minimum of fuss.
Toro is the industry's first truly standalone high-quality thermal transfer label printer. With its optional lithium-ion battery, you can print continuously for three hours without a power cord or a computer in sight—at the far end of the warehouse, out on the ranch or wherever your truck can take you.
Your health matters—at Graphic Products we take social responsibility seriously and are proud to offer you the DuraLabel Toro which meets the UK *RoHS directive for your peace of mind. *RoHS, a UK directive and followed by the European Union, means you won’t be exposed to unsafe levels of substances—such as lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants— while using equipment that meets this standard.
Redefine your visual communication program with LabelForge and DuraSuite labeling software. Both software packages are pre-installed to keep your facility safe, efficient, and compliant. LabelForge allows you to create custom labels from the ground up. DuraSuite allows you to create industry code-compliant labels in minutes.
I have a Toro unit. Use the heck out of it and love it. Your guides and other items come in handy. Just finishing up our Natural Gas markings.