We will beat any advertised price for Avery/Monarch price guns
Monarch price guns are among the most dependable on the market, used to label product prices, expiration dates, and other important product data. Monarch price guns are light weight and built to last for industry or retail. But the model naming can be confusing due to a series of corporate takeovers. Both the Avery Dennison Monarch and Monarch Paxar are made by Monarch. To find the right Monarch labels for these guns, take note of the model number printed on the side plate. Open the gun and remove the labels. Look at the the area where the label roll is mounted. There should be a sticker inside with with the model number.
Three types of Monarch price guns
- One line labelers print between 6 and 8 numbers.
- Two line labelers support a numerical code on one line and a price on the bottom.
- Three line labelers print three lines.
The Monarch 1115 and 1110 have been replaced by a newer 1130 and 1150 models. Monarch currently offers labels for the 1130 and 1150 models. We commonly recommend Monarch 1130 price guns because of their ease of use and large label capacity. Higher label capacity makes to product coding more efficient, saving time. The Monarch 1131 can hold 2,500 labels per roll whole the two line Monarch 1136 holds 1,750 labels per roll.
Monarch offers a one year warranty on the their guns. If the gun does need repair outside of that warranty period we can often provide a factory rebuilt replacement immediately. All American Labeling Systems, LLC has been a store label and price gun dealer for 30+ years, providing in depth knowledge, fast delivery, and great customer service. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 800-356-8915.
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Why Buy from All American Labeling Systems, LLC?
All American Labeling Systems, LLC was started in 1982 in the basement of our house. This was a good run for over 30 years and growing. We began to advertise through door to door, trade shows and direct mail. After one year we rented our first office, this was a very small office and it also served as our supply storage.
After five years in that small office we had to move into a larger facility. This facility included a 5,000 square foot warehouse and three offices. With five employees. Business was booming. From a mom and pop business we are very proud of what we accomplished. After a while we were doing 15 trade shows a year and had a professional catalogue designed where we had our printing company print 10,000 copies three times a year.
How did this happen?It happened because All American Labeling systems, LLC provides the best prices, support, and we still speak to our customers on a one to one basis. We always try to help our customers in what their needs are and the least expensive way to resolve their pricing needs. As time went on we expanded our products to barcoding, software, label design, and more. I believe we have the best technical support in the business. We have many referral customers who will vouch for this and their names and telephone numbers are available to new customers at any time.
Please give us the opportunity to service your company. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
John and Beverley Puglisi, Owners
About Barcode Labels
Barcode labels are made with two different materials. One is called Direct Thermal, where the paper has ink already in it and the ink is drawn out of the label by running through the heated print head. The other material is called Thermal Transfer where the ink is transferred from a ribbon onto the paper.
There are many sizes of barcode tags and labels. In most cases they range from 1 inch in width and 1 to 6 inches in height. There are many types of barcode labels. However the most commonly used in the U.S. is the UPCA Symbology. The UPCA barcode is made up with 12 digits. The first digit is called the Number System. The next 5 digits are called the MFG.CODE, the next 5 digits are the Product Code. And the last digit is called the CHECK DIGIT.
Most labels and tags can be designed by using the proper software. We recommend a program called Nice Label. With Nice Label, you can very easily design a label with a company name, description, Barcode, and price. Once the label is designed, you can give it a name and save it. When you re-open that label and it will open with blank spaces so you can fill in whatever information you wish. Note that no two barcodes are ever the same.
How does a new business get a barcode assigned to them? All you need to do is go to the GS1 Barcode website at www.gs1.org. Click on the "Get a GS1 barcode" button and you will be able to locate a GS1 office. You can also contact All American Labeling Systems, LLC at 833-410-2110 and we will be glad to help.