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Re: how do i limit the space between labels
I know exactly what you are talking about, the sad part is that I never found a fix for it. The only thing you can do is print more at the same time using a few spaces in between and cut it with scissors. There are some models that will waste over 1" on every label printed. It seems wasteful, but is keeping the machine from jamming and causing more problems.
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You can't adjust the lead since it is just the tape from the printhead to the cutter, the best way to save is to print several labels without cutting and use scissors to cut them apart after all are done. Otherwise it will advance to cut each time and leave the blank space from the head to the cutter blade.
It isn't actually "before the actual letter comes out," as you said, but rather after. You have probably noticed that you must do a "feed" first or the cut won't clear the end of the label and you have to do it again. This just reflects the distance between the print head and the cutting bar.
There's no way to avoid this if you must have the one label you just printed right away and you don't have any more labels to make at the moment.
However, if you have several labels to make, you can economize by printing them one right after the other (without any "feeds" or cuts), then once you're all done, do a "feed" and cut. The labels will be close together, with little waste except at the ends, and you can cut them apart with a scissors.
when you have the label maker upside down...
place the cartridge so the WHITE 12mm ect sign is on top.
pull the tape out a bit and pull it up so that it stick out where the tape would print out of.
place the cover back on tightly and turn on..
push CODE, SPACE, it will feed though and you'll be all set.
Once you snap in the catridge you have to put the back of the p-touch back on. After that you can feed through the tape by pressing Code Space. If the back of your P-touch is not on it will not advance through.... I learned the hard way :) Hope it helps you all.
I thought the PT65 took a thermal tape that didn't have an ink ribbon.
Compare the part number on the tape cassette with the list of compatible types listed in the labeller's instruction manual.
Believe the only compatible cartridges are: M-Knnn/B, where NNN is one of 221, 222, 223, 231, 232, 233, 521, 531, 621 or 631, or M-K221S/B or M-K231S/B