This Meto label gun includes:
- High quality price marking tool
- Ergonomically constructed to improve performance
- Meto's exclusive uniform pressure device (UPD) ensures consistent print quality
- Prints up to 18 positions
- Uses 32mm x 18mm label
How to Load a Meto 3200/2 Price Gun
We’ll first prepare our labels by taking the roll and discarding the labels to where the glue was used to hold it. This is done so you don’t risk jamming up the machine with the labels that have the adhesive on them.
Next, take hold of and open your Meto price gun faceplate by sliding the latches on either side down. Insert the roll of Meto labels, and make sure they are coming off of the bottom of the roll. Click the label roll into place between the two gray roll holders. Slide the label strip through the gun until there is about seven inches of labels hanging out.
Lift and snap the faceplate closed. Feed the label strip through the transport by inserting it into the opening. Feed the labels through until they come out by the hand lever. Start to squeeze the hand trigger until printed labels start emerging from the top of the Meto label gun.
Finally, tear off and discard the backing paper.
To replace the ink roller, click the hand trigger and lift the ink holder over the top of the gun. Slide and squeeze off the gray holder. Discard the ink by squeezing and taking the roller out. Open the packaging of the new roller and snap the axels onto the holder. Slide the holder back into place and press the ink roller back down.