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Argox launched Ethernet industrial label printer
Adopted Ethernet management makes industrial printer strengthened
Argox adopted Ethernet into industrial printer series and launched
X-2300E(203dpi) for regular resolution printing and X-3200E(300dpi) for
high-resolution printing to meet different demands. Both X-2300E and
X-3200E are equipped with enlarged memory - 8MB Flash Memory/16MB DRAM-
leading ahead of competitors. The built-in RTC(real-time clock) is also
an advantage to work alone with the printer to print time/date on the
label without a PC.
X-2300E/X-3200E provides PPLA/PPLB/PPLZ(X-2300ZE, X-3200ZE)
emulations for all application. And the auto calibration function
supports 4 modes of setup provides flexibility for the users to choose
the most convenient mode for different printing applications to ensure
accurate label detection.
To satisfy the requirements of industrial printer application like
wide area between operation systems in network and large number of
equipment, utilizing Ethernet to deliver printing tasks is a more
economical choice for enterprises. X-2300E/X-3200E installed Ethernet
server to provide the interface of Ethernet data transfer and by using
SNMP setup to deliver the error massage back to managing server to
simplify the procedure and enhance efficiency.
X-2300E/X-3200E supports Windows 7 system and 1D barcode, 2D barcode,
QRcode and etc. It's suitable for the production line of manufacture
including safety labels, patent labels, and?parts-name stickers, and fit
for the application of shelf-label printing management, storage,
delivery, shipping, transportation, luggage labels and wash care labels
Bartender is a pretty good label software package - strange that you're having problems with a barcode. Are you by any chance trying to print a 2D barcode such as Datamatrix ? If that's true, then the problem is that the datamatrix barcode is not a resident barcode in the firmware version of that printer which is an older model. There should be a choice in bartender, in the properties of the barcode field that allows you to send the barcode as an image or graphic. The barcode will then print.
If you're trying to print a linear barcode (C39 or C128 or UPC for example) and it they won't print with the steps you have taken, then something is definetly wrong. Another option would be to take your label format and print-to-file instead of print-to-printer. There should be an option on the print screen for this. By then opening the file, the ZPL (Zebra's programming language) can then be examined to see exactly what is being sent to the printer.