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  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2009

    i want some large label in my zabra 105Sl printer the its possible



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    Frank Howard May 11, 2010

    Please be more specific with your question - OS (windows XP 2000 - linux - MAC) - Program ( MS Word Etc) - pinter make and model - what lables - manufacture and style number and most important - what can we help you with. Can't give an answer if we don't know the question

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My new HP6310 will not print any labels. I have tried both clear or white in various sizes. I've used both Quill Brand and Avery. It either feeds them in and spits them out or jams and gets all messy (hard to clear) Is this machine not made to make labels? I was really asking generically, since it doesn't seem to take any.

thanks

Posted on May 15, 2008

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HOW TO MAKE LABELS


1. Buy labels.
2. Create labels using Word, OpenOffice, or any label application program. In word, to to tools, envelopes and labels, then select the label manufacturer and number of the labels you purchased. Select New document and the labels appear in your document.
3. Type out labels.
4. Put labels in printer and print.

Aug 02, 2009 | HP PSC 2355 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Xerox 6280 - need to print labels on a sheet of 30 labels


Shouldn't be a problem, provided you use labels that are intended for a laser printer. Inkjet labels can wreck your laser printer (inkjet labels can't cope with the heat of the fuser in a laser printer).

Use the right template in your Wordprocessor package for the labels you are using (or create a custom label layout in your Word processor).

Use the Multi Purpose Feeder input tray (fold down from the front door), put the labesl face down, print (making sure that you tell the printer to use Labels and the MPF. It's important to tell the printer that you are using labels, as these are thicker, and need more heat from the fuser (especially if you are printing several sheets of labels, as this cools the fuser a little)

Jun 14, 2009 | Laser Phaser 6280v_n 25ppm 256mb - XEROX &...

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Printing labels on bizhub C450


Hi nwillett,
Yes and no, sorry if that doesn't make much sense.
For years Minolta recommended Avery labels, but these days they recomment labels manufactured by Howard Smith Papers, their website is http://www.hspg.com/
The thing with labels is always to use the one your copier service company suggests. Otherwise they'll invalidate you contract and you'll be liable for callouts and repairs caused by using Avery labels.
However, Avery labels are good and I have experienced very few problems with them I pressume you using the lables in the correct orientation and also using the manual bypass to feed them.
Regards
Taminol

Mar 11, 2009 | Konica Minolta bizhub C450P Laser Printer

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TLP 2844 skips 15-16 labels then prints intended label


It sounds like they may need to set their "Q" values for the labels they are using.   If that isn't it, we may need more info - are they using Zebra brand or custom labels?  
To start with, I would ask them to try adding these "Q" value commands: q456 Q152,24
If that doesn't work, then maybe they can provide the other info mentioned above so we can understand the problem better.

Dec 08, 2008 | Zebra LP 2844 Thermal Printer

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Zebra S600 printer


  1. Try just storing your labels in a cool dry place before using them. Peeling labels are usually a sign the glue is poor or weak.
  2. When tearing you labels off, feed them out before tearing them off, then hit the auto-align. See if that helps it.
  3. Try pushing a normal playing card under the metal cutter that tears the labels and pull it up and through the front to bend the blade slightly outward. This will hopefully allow the labels to pass underneath.

Jul 30, 2008 | Zebra Stripe S600 Thermal Label Printer

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Different Label Sizes


it's hard to imagine..
it can be possible if there's a relation between it's labels it can done customized programs and customized labels design..

Jul 02, 2008 | Zebra Stripe S600 Thermal Label Printer

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Just changed labels to 99010 and can no longer print


Did you change the label type in the printing preferences?

Apr 07, 2008 | Dymo LabelWriter 400 Thermal Printer

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Labels spitting out, but blank


sounds like you have thermal transfer labels in the printer, you need direct thermal labels.

expose the labels to some heat and see if they turn black, you can do this by quickly running your finger nail across the labels. if they don't blacken then you have the wrong labels.

Dec 04, 2007 | Zebra TLP 2824 Printer

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Skipping 1 mm (regular intervals) while printing labels


1-try to recalibrate labels
2-make sure the label size is correct in the settings:
here is the link for the driver. :
http://barcode.toshibatec.co.jp/Eng/download1.html

Nov 02, 2007 | Toshiba TEC B-SX4 Thermal Label Printer

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