There are several ways to print your labels, and we support multiple printers based on the type of hardware you have. You can set also up any combination of printers and devices by printing to another station.
|Laptop/Desktop (Mac/Windows)||Tablet/Phone (iOS/Android)|
|Dymo Printer - inexpensive, small, custom labels
||Brother Printer - automatically cuts labels, needs WiFi and Bluetooth|
|Zebra Printer - fast, handles high volumes||Citizen Printer - battery operated, portable|
All printers require purchasing labels separately. Use the links provided with the printer below.
Select the printer to see more details about it!
- LabelWriter 450 Turbo (~$70 on Amazon) or LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo (~$120 on Amazon).
Labels: We designed our templates to work with the Dymo Shipping Labels (~$14 on Amazon, or $0.046/label), but you can use any label you want. These are Â LiteTite 30256, 2-5/16 x 4 Inches.
Dymo also offer custom labels, so you can have your own full color design.
- Cleaning Cards: If you're experiencing any issues with the printer such as blank labels printing or dirty labels, you'll want to clean the printer. The printer might have came with a few of those, but you can buy some more at Amazon.
- Zebra GX420d or GK420d: There's a good chance that other Zebra printer models will work, but we suggest the Zebra GK420d. (~$335 on amazon). You can visit our Zebra Printer Installation Article to find out what other customers have found works.
- Labels: We designed our templates to work with the 3x2 labels. You can find a collection of 9 rolls on Amazon for about $59.
- Brother 810W With Wireless Networking / Brother 820NWB With Wireless Networking or Bluetooth (~$149.99 on Amazon) or Brother QL-710W & QL-720NW High-Speed Label Printers With Wireless Networking (~$139.99 on Amazon).
- Labels: ~$96.99 LiteTite DK-2205 (8 Rolls) Continuous Length Paper Tape Labels, Compatible with Brother P-Touch QL-Series. Label sizes are 2.4 (2-3/7) Inches by 100 ft are also available on Amazon.
You'll need to use the CD and USB cable included with the printer in order to connect the Brother Printer to your WiFi network. If you plan on using more than one printer for your church at the same time, make sure you name them differently as outlined in this article to help make the setup process easier.
The 810 and 820 support red and black labels; however, Check-Ins only supports black labels. If you try to print with the wrong label, it won’t print and, unfortunately, won’t show an error message.
If you have a PC, your browser won't have a driver to use this printer. Instead, we recommend you set the PC to print to a station using an iOS or Android device that is set to print to the Brother printers. See this article for more info.
Did You Know: The QL810W and QL820NWB Brother printers can be run from a battery! We found one on Amazon.
- Citizen CMP30-SLS (or CMP30- LBTIU) Bluetooth Label Printer: $439.00 from Straight-Line Solutions (contact information below), includes charger & belt hook. This printer requires to be in close range of the device it's printing for as it's intended to be hooked to your belt while the device is in your hands.
- Labels For Citizen Printer: $4.95 from Straight-Line Solutions (contact information below) per roll with 220 labels on each roll. Label sizes are 3" X 2". So the cost would be about $0.022/label
Citizen has made multiple models of the CMP-30, so please make sure you have the exact model number LBTIU which is the only one that will work with Check-Ins. If the model number is missing any of those letters, the printer will not work with Check-ins.
We searched around for the best price for this, and found that Alan from Straight-Line Solutions offers it the cheapest. To purchase these please email firstname.lastname@example.org or for immediate response, please contact Alan Maestas at 916-681-6805 or email email@example.com. If you find anything cheaper, please make sure it's this exact part #, and let us know so we can pass on the savings to other customers.
Dymo Labels can be customized, and the Brother printer makes the Security label half the size of the Name label, as shown above.
For more information about all the printers and to see how they work, check out this video!