I was making some testes printing labels with my Zebra S600 and everything was going just fine.
But, when I finaly got the label printing out just the way I need it, the printing started to fade out in the midle label.
I'm using the same format parameters for all the tre labels (in a line) the top and the bottom label are printing just fine, but the midle label fades (like, you can't even read it). I've cheked the ribbon and it's ok.
Does any one knows what could be happening??
I would really appreciate some help on this one...
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Skipping labels is usually a printer driver issue. You should use Seagull Scientific printer driver only if you are using the corresponding Seagull Scientific label design software. It is important to have the printer driver and label design software be from the same manufacturer.
The easiest way may be to change your printing preferences at the driver level. We use Seagull Scientific Drivers (They are free to download).
If you use the Seagull Driver go to your Printers Folder, "Right Click" your printer and go to Properties Then Go to the General Tab then Printing Preferences then Stock Tab then Print Method. Click on the Down Arrow and change to THERMAL TRANSFER.
If your using a label printing package make sure your settings are for Thermal Transfer since they can override default printer settings.
You should be able to print a test page from Windows.
First make sure the device itself can print by holding down CANCEL while you power it up. Release the button when the CALIBRATE light goes off. This should print out a config label.
Go into the printer driver and select print a test page, does it print out? If so then try printing from your label software, it should work, if not then it is your software that is at fault. If the test page does not print out then check all the settings in the print driver, so they are the same as the physical label. If non of this helps then go to www.lancerlabels.co.uk and do a live chat to Michael.
this problem will address on label and ribbon issue. you must establish your printer set-up first, meaning see to it that the label and ribbon was correctly loaded, if still problem occur try using manual calibration you can see how to do at the manuals you have..