Question about Datamax Iclass I4212 Direct Thermal Printer Monochrome Desktop Label
It sounds like the label length is incorrectly specified either in your software or printers parameter settings - when this happens the printers label sensor is aware that it has over-run a label & automatically proceeds to the next gap / label start.
Depending on the software you are using, it's also possible that a label field extends beyond the boundary of the label (this could be empty space & not necessarily have any content).
Also check that the sensor (usually behind the head) hasn't been adjusted by mistake.
If all else fails, check that you label stock has consistent, readable gaps, you can check the output of the label sensor via the printer menu while manually pulling labels through.
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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