Question about Zebra 105SL Thermal Label Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
create a word template document with the page size the same size as the label. Set the margins to 0 and fill the label up with text. This should make the printer print right the way over the bale.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
SOURCE: zebra lp2844
To get the printer to auto-sense the length of the labels, do the following:
1. Make sure that printer power is off.
2. Press and hold the feed button.
3. Turn printer power on.
4. When the status light blinks, release
the feed button.
5. The printer advances the media to
measure and verify the length of
individual labels or tags. The printer
then prints a status summary and
remains in diagnostic dump mode.
6. To begin normal operation, tap the
feed button. The printer prints "out of
DUMP" and advances a label.
Posted on May 30, 2008
SOURCE: Zebra label alignment
you can adjust this in the template file for your price tags. how did you create your basic price tag label? in the zebra label creator? if so, make the adjustment there. if you have a .ejf file for your price tag label, you should be able to open it in notepad and add the height in pixel dots with the "q" or "Q" command from the EPL programming handbook. This can be a little tricky, but with some trial and error, you can get it.
EPL2 programming guide:
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
go to the configuration on the printer. Scroll through until you reach the network settings. You can display or print the results, which will show the MAC address. Also, if you have a PC on the same network, and you know the IP of the printer, you can look at your ARP tables and find the MAC associated with the IP. ARP -a at the dos prompt
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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