Desktop labels

In-house printing solutions, built by OEMs using HP Thermal Inkjet (TIJ) technology, for full color, on-demand customized desktop labels. No more limitations of using pre-printed labels.

Desktop labels

In-house printing solutions, built by OEMs using HP Thermal Inkjet (TIJ) technology, for full color, on-demand customized desktop labels. No more limitations of using pre-printed labels.

On-demand, in-house desktop label printing

Desktop labeling solutions for short-run production. Ideal for product customization, versioning and special editions.

Print high-quality on a wide range of substrates
Print high-quality on a wide range of substrates

Print an array of label types, including prime, sub-prime, and Globally Harmonized System (GHS)-certified labels.1

Boost shelf appeal
Boost shelf appeal

Print customized short run labels— personalize on-demand at point of sale to enhance product appeal in-store.

Swap in, Swap out
Swap in, Swap out

Switch between Dye and Pigment ink options with easily swappable, snap-in/snap out cartridges that save time.

Success stories

Small footprint label printer streamlines pharmaceutical label printing to improve patient safety.

 “ClariSafe can print all my labels on demand, anytime we need them. ClariSafe makes it easier for us to get everything from one printer.”
— Wayne Campbell, pharmacy director, Beverly Hospital

B.A.O Candy Box Instantly creates personalized labels in-store to engage customers.

Offer personalized versions of products to drive retail traffic with desktop label printers powered by HP Specialty Printing Technology and Solutions.

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HP Specialty Printing Solutions

HP TIJ is a viable printing technology enabling numerous applications across various markets. Contact us to learn more about how TIJ can meet your business needs, how to partner with HP, or how to connect with an authorized OEM.

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Disclaimers

  1. Labels produced with HP desktop label solutions are Global Harmonized System (GHS)-certified based on third-party BS5609 testing, performed June 2017.