Reduce label waste during POR sequence - Zebra 110PAX4

   Hi Everybody!!!!

   I'm having a label waste problem with the printer model Zebra 110PAX4 and I'm trying to see if there might be a way to reduce the number of labels wasted after a power-on-reset. I mean, I'm talking about 7 labels ejected and I don't really see a reason for wasting that many. I'm positive there is a parameter that we could set so the number of labels ejected is reduced to a minimum.

   Any help is greatly appreciated!!!

   Manuel

Brian Moore
Manuel,Have you tried

Manuel,

Have you tried calibrating the label height? The label height can be set using the Zebra Printer Setup Utility Support & Downloads | Zebra. With this you can perform an automatic calibration, or you can set the label height manually.

Thanks,

Brian Moore

Software Engineer Kutir Mobility

Posted on behalf of Zebra Technologies

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.. cota
   Hi Brian!!!   Thank you

   Hi Brian!!!

   Thank you very much for your feedback. Indeed, we have calibrated the label many times, and still, the number of wasted labels after each power-on-reset is always seven (7).

   Best Regards,

   Manuel

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Hi Cota, You can set the

Hi Cota, Y

ou can set the power on and head close activity to several settings.  I'm assuming you have it set (default) to full calibration on power-on.  You can set it to just label-length, or no motion if you are not likely to replace labels after power off. The command is called Media Feed.  To set it to "No Motion" on power up and just feeding to the next gap at head open (my recommended sequence for minimizing waste):

^XA^MFN,F^JUS^XZ

Hope this helps!

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