Question about Monarch 9416 (Part M09416-TT04) Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you might either be using the wrong size supplies (wrong length compared to the data going to the printer), or you might not have the correct indexing set on the printer. If you choose a blackmark setting for the index (black mark on the back of the liner so that the printer can detect when to stop), but your printer is set to die cut (no black marks on the liner, only spaces between your labels), then the printer can become confused on where to stop. The same goes for the visa versa of these marks.
Lastly, if you are using a ribbon, or are supposed to use a ribbon, you might find that the printer isn't working because of a ribbon fault.
Just in case neither of these help, what software are you using to make the printer print? Maybe I can help further.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
SOURCE: MONARCH 9416 300DPI PRINTER
Seagull would likely have to provide the real help here, but it sounds like your Seagull drivers are not using the correct supply setting. If the supplies have a black mark on the back of the liner, then set your driver up as black mark. If they ONLY have a small gap between the labels, then set it up as die cut. If it has a die cut and a black mark, set them up as black mark.
It is also possible that your sensor is dirty, damaged, or covered up so that the printer cannot see the supplies. If you're not using Monarch/Paxar/Avery Dennison supplies, then the index mark (die cut or black mark) may not be to the printer's specification and it just doesn't know when to start and stop on a label.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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