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5200 Cartridge End Labels!

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I have a Color Laserjet and these labels worked great for me (thanks OP). I ordered the glossy ones and have a few extras.

Would anybody be interested in some prints? What do you consider a fair price?

Also I modified a few spots to cover some custom and repro Vectrex carts I have and I have attached it.

Fair price ? You may want to reread this thread :ponder:

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Is there a standard Avery label number one should be using for these labels?

 

I used onlinelabels.com when creating these. I couldn't find any by Avery that were the right size. Check the first post in this thread for all the numbers and info.

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yea its like people want them to look like they came that way from the factory

 

from day one i used the old dymo label maker

 

i say it should look as obtrusive and cheap as possible to show these companies sin of not having a dang label

 

my big 3 biggest sinners are 5200,sega master system, and n64

 

ive done the n64 with a bother p touch so they look good and inconsistant i even changed up the size of the characters

 

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i guess my biggest complaint is with parker brohers and their unability to stay with one direction for their end labels

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I've been using the awesome end labels in this thread for a while now and love them. I printed them up, laminated them and attached them to my 5200 cartridges, as seen here.

 

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Anyway, I've been toying with getting the Tempest cartridge for sale at the AtariAge store, but noticed there is no end label for that one. With that fact in mind, I worked one up for the potential future acquisition to match the labels I'm already using. Since it's already made, I figured I'd share it with anyone else who might want to use it. (See attachment below)

 

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Since I made this video, I replaced the inkjet with a laser printer, so I can no longer use 'photo paper', but HP 'presentation paper' is nearly the same for visual results. Also, while this video was for TI-99/A labels, the same method works for Atari 5200 end labels.

 

If you are impatient, or on a budget, printing them up yourself is a great way to go with these awesome 5200 labels.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV8bS9BTz50

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