The lable length on the configuration is wrong. It reads 1225 and I need it to be 1252. I've performed the calibration, set the rest position, and set the tear off position. No matter what I've tried, the label length is set to 1225. How can I change this?
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Please verify the following:
- Driver: If you are using the standard printer driver, maybe you want to try another driver(Download an excellent driver at www.nicelabel.cl, searching by your brand and model name).
When installed, you should go to advanced settings and use the callibrate options.
- Software: Maybe your software has a configuration and the driver has another, set the same length for both and verify if the problem persists.
- Sensor: If the sensor has an issue, then you should try contacting a local reseller or partner for zebra. If that's the case, you probably will have to repair the printer($) or definitively replace it for another($$). Since it's a desktop printer, check your warranty first and maybe you are covered.
Krishan, sorry there are no settings that will allow you to do this on the 105SL. If the printer code expecting a 203 DPI printhead and you have a 300 DPI Printer then your label will print out much smaller then normal.
If you are printing labels with a label printing package (such as Seagull Bartender for Windows) then all you need to do is to install the proper printer driver. If you have your printer attached to a system that is sending "straight" ZPL (Zebra Printing Language Code) then your out of luck.
recalibrate the printer in the set up.
Don't just do a quick cal from the front panel.
Make sure your driver is the correct dpi zebra driver, either zebra or my preferred seagull scientific.
by .5 of the label, do you mean width or heigth.
If it is heigth, check to make sure you are set for top of print correctly. Also you will have to back feed for a label that short.