Question about Zebra Z4000 BARCODE LABEL PRINTER, 203DPI SERIAL/PARALLEL
I work at a private company out of Portland Oregon and we are having a major issue with our Z4000 label printer. It prints the test labels just fine (emaculatly in fact) and yet when we send data for a label to it the darn thing will acknowledge that data was sent and recieved but then it wont print at all, it just sits there. plus we can set the printer back to defaults but not the factory defaults. We do have the latest drivers for it installed as well. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
I trust that you are well, which interface are you using (Serial, Parallel or USB) on printer to connect to the computer you printing from?
Have you tried printing a test page from the print driver?
Posted on May 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Military Shipping Labels
If your not getting an error message I would suspect that the margins have somehow been set beyond the printable area. I don't know what the width on a "Military Shipping Label" is but I've had issues with Zebra label printers printing on the very edges of the labels.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Go into the printer driver and select print a test page, does it print out?
If so then try printing from your label software, it should work, if not then it is your software that is at fault.
If the test page does not print out then check all the settings in the print driver, so they are the same as the physical label.
If non of this helps then go to www.lancerlabels.co.uk and do a live chat to Michael.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Check media settings in the printer driver. Check version of printer driver. Zebra printersuse an internal printer driver with their Zebra Designer software (Zdesigner driver) or a ZUD (Zebra Universal Driver) for other windows applications. These drivers can be downloaded directly from the zebra website.
Alternatively you can download the seagull scientific driver and use that instead. (used with bartender program)
Label skipping occurs if the media dimensions are not specified correctly. The important ones are label height, and media setting for type of media.
Perform a media calibration before you go changing settings. Power on printer, Hold top and bottom buttons in on control panel for 5 seconds, release bottom button only then when printer starts feeding labels release top button. When printer finishes press feed button.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Unfortunately, the guide under the ribbon spindle is the only real solution to this problem. I have the manual, but it's practically useless, and wouldn't have been able to help you regardless of how well it was put together. Try glueing a plastic or metal piece on the guide to make it taller, and make sure the guide is flipped up to keep the labels in.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
If you are using Bartender, Make sure to use the Seagull Scientific Zebra Driver. The zebra driver works (but not properly) with bartender. Download the driver from Seagull Scientific site. You can also email bartender tech support, their contact details are available from the help screen on the main bartender design screen. I have always found them to be extremely knowledgeable and helpful.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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