Question about Zebra Printer 140-751-00000
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: out of order printing..
When I try to print some slip-on the machine begin, but at the half way of the label it's write end off paper, but I still have a lot of paper in the machine, please help me.
Posted on May 13, 2011
BarTender uses its own drivers for each model of printer you must install the correct driver, because there are differences in some commands a printer to another.
Posted on Mar 10, 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
SOURCE: zebra z4mplus
It happens that the printer is not calibrated to the labels you want to print. A quick fix is to restart the printer with its factory settings, press FEED and PAUSE when you turn the printer, release the keys when label feeding.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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.
Hope this helps !
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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