The width of the roll varies depending on the width label, but should always be slightly wider. If you do not use a ribbon, make sure your printer software driver is configured for Direct Thermal. Make sure that the tape is loaded correctly and that it is pushed through the belt feeder spindle to ensure that it passes through while the print head is closed.
If a colored ribbon or a normal setting does not allow proper functionality, check the document with the printer software driver and check it again.
When the printhead is fed, the ink is placed in front of the label and the ribbon is configured to cover the outer ribbon with ink and roll off the bottom. If your printer needs an ink-coated page - out, you can turn it out when it is fed in, but if your ink is coated outside the ribbon, configure it to roll out from bottom to top.
The Zebra printer supports two types of thermal printing, Direct Thermal, and Thermal Transfer. Direct thermal requires the label or badge to be heat sensitive, while thermal transfer does not require ink, toner, or tape. Thermal printing requires the use of two different types of ribbon, one for ink and the other for toner and labels.
When your Zebra Eltron Thermal Printer prints solid black bars on labels, the printing is caused by damaged or incompatible printer drivers.
The first reason for this problem is incorrect settings in the printer driver, and to resolve this problem, we recommend that you install a new copy of your printer drivers by following our installation and setup guide. Printing can be done with or without ribbon, but you will need to configure the printer driver software correctly for both methods.
The most common term when a tape is needed is "thermal transfer," while "Direct Thermal" refers to applications that do not use tape, and "Non-Ribbon applications" must use the "heat sensitive" label. Direct Thermal "labels refer to the use of ribbons for non-heat sensitive applications such as inkjet printers. The "Direct thermal" label refers not only to the use of tapes but also to heat transfer.
When selecting the right barcode label, you must first decide whether to use thermal transfer or direct thermal printing. This ultimately determines the "right" choice for a particular application, so here is a list of the most common barcodes for different types of inkjet printers.
If you want to print an ID card with a color image barcode, the ribbon may not be right for you.
If you are looking for a ribbon that can be used for double-sided printing, this is a fantastic choice. These are the YMCKOK ribbons, which are one of the most popular colors on the zebra printer market. It is a monochrome ribbon of the same color as the standard ZEBRA ribbon, but slightly darker than the normal color.
The tape uses black resin to print the text and images on the ID card, but if you want to keep your text or images protected, you need a tape with a clear protective layer. Because there is a good chance that there are print cards that require black text, barcodes, etc.
If the tape can only be printed in black, make sure you only need to print the text and barcodes on the ID. The color does not have to be black; if you use a ribbon, you can print images in any color as long as the colors are differentiated.
A single layer of wax ribbon can work at higher print speeds and consume less energy to produce an image than other types of ribbon and can be printed at a faster speed than a single layer of wax or resin ribbon. Laying wax and resin ribbons results in slower printing speeds, but resin ribbons are compatible with glossy paper surfaces and show up in more colors than wax, even when printed on paper with a glossy surface such as a paper towel or paper towel.
The Zebra direct thermal printer uses a printhead that applies heat to special paper to create images of black on a white background. Direct thermal or thermal printers are designed for high-speed and low-energy printers such as inks and inkjet printers, but all of our products are based on the fact that our hardware does not require ink to print.
Each printer model has a larger label tape roll capacity, which reduces the time it takes to change media and makes operation more efficient. These models are designed for business cards and other items that do not require a permanent image, such as posters, posters, and posters.