if it comes with a printer driver, it should be possible. I checked out Dymo's website, it seems that there is a driver - but I'm not sure... (one can select a labelmanager printer, the select 'downloads' - but it's not very clear to me). Another website for technical details (dmo's) is down at the moment...
would be nice to hear from somebody who already has a device...
Well, the Dymo LabelManager printer isn't configured like any other printer, so one can't go through System Preferences > Printers & Scanners, and it doesn't show up there. Instead it's the Mac OS X "Dymo Label.app" which talks directly to the printer :/ One could assume however that there is some sort of driver or library installed. Question though is, whether any other app can access that?
Or perhaps there is a customized 3rd-party driver which Filemaker could utilitize, comparable to what Peninsula offers for industry-grade thermal printers (Zebra, Intermec et al)!?
the Dymo-server is up again...
the website is somewhat misleading - You can select the device and then, the driver-page is shown.. but I think, tht there is no driver for that device since 'all software is stored on that device' according to the manual (I just downloaded the manual).
from the manual, I'm afraid that there is no other way to print labels. If the software is AppleScript capable, this could be a solution
That marketing claim „all software is stored on that device“ is indeed confusing and misleading. Basically the printer appears as USB storage device on your desktop when plugged in via USB, and on that volume you can find a Lite version of the Dymo Labelprinting App. In the app there is a button which leads to the Dymo website for downloading the full version. But again: No true, Mac-like driver/no CUPS as it seems.