• DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
  • DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
  • DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
  • DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
  • DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
  • DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)
DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)

DYMO Industrial Heat Shrink Tubes for DYMO Industrial RhinoPro Label Makers, Black on Yellow, 1/4" (18052)

SKU:HA0ANMX70
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  • For high-end cable identification
  • A 3:1 shrink ratio helps ensure a secure fit on wires and cables
  • Print directly on heat-shrink tubes with any Rhino industrial label maker
  • Meets MIL-M-81531, MIL-STD-202G, SAE-DTL-23053/5 (Class 1 & 3) and UL standards
  • Made in Belgium. Use with LabelManager, LabelPoint, LabelWriter DUO and older DYMO label printers

Customer Reviews

size is not diameterWhen shopping for heat shrink tubing, you would expect it to be specified by diameter. I have convert the "size" of tubing for the diameter I need, for example if you need 1/2 inch diameter tubing, you need:size = (pi x .5) / 2 = 0.8 "size" - might get away with 3/4 inch "size" tubes. If I knew this, I would have realized I needed the more expensive printer.To convert the other way, this 1/2 inch tube is good for cable up to...(.5 x 2) / pi = .32 inch diameter cable.4Works great! But beware this is smaller than some "standard" 3/4" diameter shrink tubing.I actually bought a Dymo Rhino 4200 because of this product, although the Rhino has many other features I like now that I have one here. When deciding to buy this labeler initially because of these heat shrink tubes, I used a piece of 3M brand # FP-301 polyolefin heat shrink tubing that is sold as "3/4" as a judge to what the shrink tube labels would fit. It was the only thing I had to judge what "3/4" heat shrink tube would fit.Don't make the same mistake.The actual flattened diameter of FP-301 is actually a 1/4" WIDER than this Dymo "3/4" heat shrink tube, measuring a full inch wide when flat. If 3M were selling this, I suspect they would label this Dymo 3/4" size as their 1/2" size. The FP-301 fits over a great many connectors, such as CAT-5 with no-snag boots, USB A or B, etc. So I figured I would find a lot of use for these. In practice, they do NOT** fit over a USB A or B connector. Nor will they fit over a booted Cat-5.**HOWEVER.........Determined to succeed in my initial reason to consider buying this, I have found that in relatively short pieces (an inch or less) this material can be stretched open quite a bit larger, slid over something, and then will still shrink down to its 3:1 shrink ratio with a heat gun. As mentioned in a comment on one of the reviews already posted, one can use some kind of tool (that guy used scissors) which has smooth edges opposing each other to stretch the tube piece open. I used a very large hemostat, such as those sold to remove fish hooks, and managed to stretch it enough so that it did pass over a USB "A" connector's molded plastic portion, and then shrunk it down tightly onto the "strain relief" tail of the USB connector, where the cable comes out of it. So it can be done, with a bit of ingenuity. :) There is actually a Wiki-How article named "How to Expand Heat Shrink Tubing" that shows this process with illustrations. Ideally, if one had a tool that could expand it without tapering, as the scissors or hemostat do, it would be easier to slide over larger objects.What would be really super is if Dymo, with all the different materials they use for their available label tapes, could come up with some sort of heat shrink tube which is flexible enough to easily stretch bigger after printing from a 3/4" cartridge, and then still shrink down with a heat gun applied, so that larger connectors and electrical cable labels could be produced within the 3/4" maximum width constraint of the Rhino 4200.4Works great with the cheaper printers too!This really is the only way to label wires.One thing I didn't like however was the price of the "compatible" label makers that are supposed to work with this stuff.The cheapest I could find any was around $80!On a whim I ordered the DYMO LabelManager 160 label maker (well under $20) on the off chance that since the label reels are identical between the vinyl labels that it uses and this shrink wrap that maybe, just maybe it'll work. Not to mention, save me at least $60.As it turns out , IT DOES WORK ! Just pop it in the label maker and start printing out your shrink wrap!I can't figure out why it's not "compatible" but it is working for me.So if you have some wires to label and you wanna save a whole bunch of money, get the DYMO 160 and this shrink wrap and go to town.5Not Too Much for your Money hereSo these cartridges have 1.5M of label. Seeing as how my label maker adds at least 1/2" of non-printed area on both sides of my print my average label is over 2" long.1.5M of label / 2" = 25 labels per cartridge.Doing the math my overall cost of each and EVERY LABEL I PRINT IS OVER $1 EACH!!Plus the conspicuously missing length of the label in the cartridge is 1.5 M except from the picture of the cartridge itself ( which is pretty fuzzy I might add ) makes me feel I was duped.Buyer Beware - the labels you make with this approach are expensive.2The product is terrific. The 3The product is terrific. The 3:1 shrink ratio allows a great fit on a wide variety of wires. The price is obscene for 5 feet of shrink tubing, but I'm paying for the finished product I can create with this. The sizing is confusing, and it notes the flattened width of the "tube".4Great product, use the dymo sizing chart Great product, use the dymo sizing chart. The size is not as clear as it states. It is 1/4 lying flat. So for 1/4" diameter cable it is 0.39" or 1/2" 5Tubing sizesI see a lot of posts about the sizes of the tubing so I wanted to post what I've found. I used drill bits to determine the sizes.1/4" tubing = 1/8" bit1/2" tubing = 17/64" bit3/4" tubing = 29/64" bitI used the largest bit that would fit without struggling or stretching to make it fit. The 1/2" is best for CAT5 or CAT6 cable. You won't be able to get the 3/4" over an RJ45 unless you stretch it. It will however still shrink down on CAT5/6 cable with more heat but that additional heat also starts to deform the shielding on the cable.5I use them sparingly but they do make a nice labeled cableI give these 4+ stars for quality and performance but 1 or 2 for value. I've used these labels for years and every time I have to buy another cartridge I am reminded just how blasted expensive they are. I use them sparingly but they do make a nice labeled cable.41/2" is good for custom-crimped cables, but can also be stretched to fit over many other connectors!I bought the 1/2" size to label custom network cables I ran through my walls and wires that I cut and left behind drywall.It works great for those, but I was surprised to find that it also can be stretched to fit over other connectors.I was able to stretch out the tube using two tapered chopsticks to fit over pre-made USB-C connectors and wanted to share the technique.You can easily stretch the tube using two tapered chopsticks. If you insert the think end of one chopstick in each side of the tube and slowly pull them both through, it will stretch the tube out enough to fit over a connector on a pre-made cable. I haven't tried other types of cables, but you can stretch the tube more by twisting the chopsticks as you push them through, so I expect it will work for other types of connectors as well. Hope this helps!5This is a great tool! I ordered this tool for the company I retired from and still help in a consulting capacity. We needed to mark some control wires, The heat shrink labels are great. No worry about the labels slipping off the wires and they are very visible. The labels are easy to install and cut in the labeler. The only problem I had was opening the labels to slip them on the wire. 5Love this product for work. Works great for applications that use 3/8" tubing of the normal stuff.I enjoyed this product. For my normal everyday use at work, i use shrink tubing of 3/8". i found that the rhino tubing required to complement that size is 3/4". The shrink tubing is of a lower quality than these labels. Be sure to shrink the cheap stuff first, then slide on these high quality labels secondly, or you will see that the normal tubing will bunch due to inferiority when beneath this superior product. I enjoyed this product and look forward to inventing opportunities to replace all my Ethernet and rf connections at work using this product. Go Navy!4This is the best heat shrink label for the moneyThis is the best heat shrink label for the money, that you can buy. I use it regularily on 10 awg thru 20 awg control wires when I need a replacement label working on Siemens Low Voltage and up to Medium Voltage control wiring. The printer only cost me $30 at Lowe's Home Improvement, and so it hands down beats all other thermal printers on the market. It beats Panduit, Brother, Tyco, and even Brady.5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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Description
  • For high-end cable identification
  • A 3:1 shrink ratio helps ensure a secure fit on wires and cables
  • Print directly on heat-shrink tubes with any Rhino industrial label maker
  • Meets MIL-M-81531, MIL-STD-202G, SAE-DTL-23053/5 (Class 1 & 3) and UL standards
  • Made in Belgium. Use with LabelManager, LabelPoint, LabelWriter DUO and older DYMO label printers
Reviews

Customer Reviews

size is not diameterWhen shopping for heat shrink tubing, you would expect it to be specified by diameter. I have convert the "size" of tubing for the diameter I need, for example if you need 1/2 inch diameter tubing, you need:size = (pi x .5) / 2 = 0.8 "size" - might get away with 3/4 inch "size" tubes. If I knew this, I would have realized I needed the more expensive printer.To convert the other way, this 1/2 inch tube is good for cable up to...(.5 x 2) / pi = .32 inch diameter cable.4Works great! But beware this is smaller than some "standard" 3/4" diameter shrink tubing.I actually bought a Dymo Rhino 4200 because of this product, although the Rhino has many other features I like now that I have one here. When deciding to buy this labeler initially because of these heat shrink tubes, I used a piece of 3M brand # FP-301 polyolefin heat shrink tubing that is sold as "3/4" as a judge to what the shrink tube labels would fit. It was the only thing I had to judge what "3/4" heat shrink tube would fit.Don't make the same mistake.The actual flattened diameter of FP-301 is actually a 1/4" WIDER than this Dymo "3/4" heat shrink tube, measuring a full inch wide when flat. If 3M were selling this, I suspect they would label this Dymo 3/4" size as their 1/2" size. The FP-301 fits over a great many connectors, such as CAT-5 with no-snag boots, USB A or B, etc. So I figured I would find a lot of use for these. In practice, they do NOT** fit over a USB A or B connector. Nor will they fit over a booted Cat-5.**HOWEVER.........Determined to succeed in my initial reason to consider buying this, I have found that in relatively short pieces (an inch or less) this material can be stretched open quite a bit larger, slid over something, and then will still shrink down to its 3:1 shrink ratio with a heat gun. As mentioned in a comment on one of the reviews already posted, one can use some kind of tool (that guy used scissors) which has smooth edges opposing each other to stretch the tube piece open. I used a very large hemostat, such as those sold to remove fish hooks, and managed to stretch it enough so that it did pass over a USB "A" connector's molded plastic portion, and then shrunk it down tightly onto the "strain relief" tail of the USB connector, where the cable comes out of it. So it can be done, with a bit of ingenuity. :) There is actually a Wiki-How article named "How to Expand Heat Shrink Tubing" that shows this process with illustrations. Ideally, if one had a tool that could expand it without tapering, as the scissors or hemostat do, it would be easier to slide over larger objects.What would be really super is if Dymo, with all the different materials they use for their available label tapes, could come up with some sort of heat shrink tube which is flexible enough to easily stretch bigger after printing from a 3/4" cartridge, and then still shrink down with a heat gun applied, so that larger connectors and electrical cable labels could be produced within the 3/4" maximum width constraint of the Rhino 4200.4Works great with the cheaper printers too!This really is the only way to label wires.One thing I didn't like however was the price of the "compatible" label makers that are supposed to work with this stuff.The cheapest I could find any was around $80!On a whim I ordered the DYMO LabelManager 160 label maker (well under $20) on the off chance that since the label reels are identical between the vinyl labels that it uses and this shrink wrap that maybe, just maybe it'll work. Not to mention, save me at least $60.As it turns out , IT DOES WORK ! Just pop it in the label maker and start printing out your shrink wrap!I can't figure out why it's not "compatible" but it is working for me.So if you have some wires to label and you wanna save a whole bunch of money, get the DYMO 160 and this shrink wrap and go to town.5Not Too Much for your Money hereSo these cartridges have 1.5M of label. Seeing as how my label maker adds at least 1/2" of non-printed area on both sides of my print my average label is over 2" long.1.5M of label / 2" = 25 labels per cartridge.Doing the math my overall cost of each and EVERY LABEL I PRINT IS OVER $1 EACH!!Plus the conspicuously missing length of the label in the cartridge is 1.5 M except from the picture of the cartridge itself ( which is pretty fuzzy I might add ) makes me feel I was duped.Buyer Beware - the labels you make with this approach are expensive.2The product is terrific. The 3The product is terrific. The 3:1 shrink ratio allows a great fit on a wide variety of wires. The price is obscene for 5 feet of shrink tubing, but I'm paying for the finished product I can create with this. The sizing is confusing, and it notes the flattened width of the "tube".4Great product, use the dymo sizing chart Great product, use the dymo sizing chart. The size is not as clear as it states. It is 1/4 lying flat. So for 1/4" diameter cable it is 0.39" or 1/2" 5Tubing sizesI see a lot of posts about the sizes of the tubing so I wanted to post what I've found. I used drill bits to determine the sizes.1/4" tubing = 1/8" bit1/2" tubing = 17/64" bit3/4" tubing = 29/64" bitI used the largest bit that would fit without struggling or stretching to make it fit. The 1/2" is best for CAT5 or CAT6 cable. You won't be able to get the 3/4" over an RJ45 unless you stretch it. It will however still shrink down on CAT5/6 cable with more heat but that additional heat also starts to deform the shielding on the cable.5I use them sparingly but they do make a nice labeled cableI give these 4+ stars for quality and performance but 1 or 2 for value. I've used these labels for years and every time I have to buy another cartridge I am reminded just how blasted expensive they are. I use them sparingly but they do make a nice labeled cable.41/2" is good for custom-crimped cables, but can also be stretched to fit over many other connectors!I bought the 1/2" size to label custom network cables I ran through my walls and wires that I cut and left behind drywall.It works great for those, but I was surprised to find that it also can be stretched to fit over other connectors.I was able to stretch out the tube using two tapered chopsticks to fit over pre-made USB-C connectors and wanted to share the technique.You can easily stretch the tube using two tapered chopsticks. If you insert the think end of one chopstick in each side of the tube and slowly pull them both through, it will stretch the tube out enough to fit over a connector on a pre-made cable. I haven't tried other types of cables, but you can stretch the tube more by twisting the chopsticks as you push them through, so I expect it will work for other types of connectors as well. Hope this helps!5This is a great tool! I ordered this tool for the company I retired from and still help in a consulting capacity. We needed to mark some control wires, The heat shrink labels are great. No worry about the labels slipping off the wires and they are very visible. The labels are easy to install and cut in the labeler. The only problem I had was opening the labels to slip them on the wire. 5Love this product for work. Works great for applications that use 3/8" tubing of the normal stuff.I enjoyed this product. For my normal everyday use at work, i use shrink tubing of 3/8". i found that the rhino tubing required to complement that size is 3/4". The shrink tubing is of a lower quality than these labels. Be sure to shrink the cheap stuff first, then slide on these high quality labels secondly, or you will see that the normal tubing will bunch due to inferiority when beneath this superior product. I enjoyed this product and look forward to inventing opportunities to replace all my Ethernet and rf connections at work using this product. Go Navy!4This is the best heat shrink label for the moneyThis is the best heat shrink label for the money, that you can buy. I use it regularily on 10 awg thru 20 awg control wires when I need a replacement label working on Siemens Low Voltage and up to Medium Voltage control wiring. The printer only cost me $30 at Lowe's Home Improvement, and so it hands down beats all other thermal printers on the market. It beats Panduit, Brother, Tyco, and even Brady.5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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