FreeX - The New WiFi Method To Wirelessly Print USPS, UPS, FedEx, Amazon, eBay, and PayPal Shipping Labels

FreeX - The New WiFi Method To Wirelessly Print USPS, UPS, FedEx, Amazon, eBay, and PayPal Shipping Labels

No Ink, No Cords, No Hassle!

As technology advances, we find solutions to problems and new, better ways to do things. As a business owner, it’s vital to move with the times. Moreover, if you want to improve efficiency in your business operations, welcoming new technology is the best way.

For shipping companies and those who regularly print labels, the label printer you use plays a major role in your day-to-day processes. A sub-par printer will frequently jam, print incorrectly, or lose connection. This can majorly stall your workflow and waste your precious time, potentially resulting in stressed employees and unhappy customers. Therefore, if there is one electronic device you should invest in for your business, it’s a high-quality WiFi thermal printer like the FreeX.

We’ve listened to the concerns and frustrations of thermal label printer users like yourself. Doing so has allowed us to engineer a product that tackles common problems and creates more efficiency in your business operations. Let’s explore further into how the new FreeX WiFi thermal printer does just that.

How the FreeX tackles common thermal printer problems

Set-up issues

A common problem seen in many thermal label printers is poor print quality caused by incorrect setup or orientation of the labels. This can significantly slow down the printing process and result in many low-quality and wasted labels. We find this happens in machines where you have to manually adjust labels when switching sizes. Luckily, the advanced technology of the FreeX means the system can automatically identify new labels and adapt to their size without reducing the print quality or delaying the production flow.

Connection problems with Mac

While most thermal printers work well with Windows, many experience problems connecting to Macs via USB. Moreover, some thermal printers are not compatible with Macs at all. This can be a challenge for shipping companies that predominantly use Macs, as many start-up companies and small businesses now do. The FreeX WiFi printer is the only thermal printer that can connect to Macs via WiFi. The innovative technology that makes this possible allows you to print your shipping labels, barcodes, and more from Mac systems as quickly and efficiently as you can from Windows.

Not recognizing or adjusting to different sized labels

If you need to print hundreds of shipping labels, barcodes, and QR codes each day, the last thing you want to do is reset the label feeder yourself every time you change the label size. Unfortunately, this is something that some companies find themselves doing. This is hugely frustrating, and it wastes a lot of time and ruins the flow of your shipping process. 

To prevent this from ever being a problem with the FreeX, we use state-of-the-art technology. This allows the system to recognize, feed, and adjust automatically to several types of labels ranging from 0.78 to 4.1 inch (20 to 104 mm) width. With the FreeX, you’ll enjoy a hassle-free printing experience.

Expensive running costs

People switch from an inkjet or laser printer to a thermal one because these models don’t require ink or toners. Therefore, the running costs are much lower. However, some thermal printers are designed so that they only work with the manufacturer’s thermal labels. Proprietary labels are significantly more expensive than generic versions but usually not any better in terms of quality. While this makes the manufacturer more money, it’s not in the customer’s best interests. It can make a thermal printer’s running costs much higher than it needs to be.

We want our customers to enjoy the maximum savings possible from their thermal printers. Because of this, we designed the FreeX to be compatible with all thermal label brands, including free UPS labels. In this way, you’re free to choose the labels you want. However, we also offer our own FreeX SuperRoll labels to maximize both label capacity and customer savings.

Inability to handle bulk printing

Is your shipping volume already high, or is it likely to increase soon? If yes, a thermal label printer that can handle mass printing without impacting the printing quality or the printer’s lifespan is a must! Along with high-speed printing at up to 170 mm/s, the FreeX comes with a built-in SuperRoll label holder that can hold 600 pieces of 4x6 shipping labels, perfect for high-volume businesses.

Moreover, bulk printing labels with the FreeX printer will not impact the machine’s productivity or reliability. We’re proud of FreeX’s unmatched printing lifespan of 492,126 ft (150 km), which is 50% more length than the leading competitor. 

Final Thoughts

For years businesses of all sizes have been enjoying the fast speed and high quality of the thermal printing process. While thermal printers are undoubtedly superior to inkjet and laser ones, they are not always trouble-free. We designed the FreeX to solve common thermal printing issues and offer more efficiency with fully wireless connectivity.

Even so, we understand that as a start-up business or small company, you need to be sure that the electronics products you invest in will be worth it. This is why we offer free returns within 30 days of delivery (to all customers in the lower 48 states of America).

This gives you peace of mind that you will not lose out if you find the FreeX does not meet your business requirements. Furthermore, we provide a one-year worry-free warranty should you experience any faults with your new thermal label printer.


  • Scott

    Fedex says this is not compatible with the Fedex Software. Labels wont print properly. Please help

  • Lavouzier

    Wifi doesn’t work. Is there someone to help.

  • Nankee Grewal

    Can you please

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  • cristian jurado

    Amazing printer fast and better price

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