Monthly Archive: July 2017

New A4 labels for Inkjet and Laser Printers

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Introducing our newest addition to our A4 label range.

Sometimes, it can be more cost effective to print through your laser/inkjet printer instead of a label printer. For example: if you’re printing very small batches of labels or not printing labels very frequently, A4 labels might be the better option.

Our selection of A4 labels come in a popular variety of materials and colours.

Materials, colours and adhesives

The table below shows a selection of colours and materials of the labels we do. The table also shows which type of printer the A4 sheets should work with.*Continue Reading…

BarTender Print Portal App for Android and iOS

Seagull Scientific have released an app for Android and Apple phones and tablets. I was going to have a play with this as soon as it was released, but I thought I’d let the dust settle just in case there were any bugs or unfinished features in the app (wishful thinking as there hasn’t been any updates in nearly a year). I’d say it would be a wise choice to wait for the next version (BarTender 2017?) as today you will stumble into a plethora of teething problems.


Setting up

Firstly, a lot of the setting up is done through the “Web Print Portal” web page on the host machine which can be accessed locally through http://localhost/BarTender/. Once you can access it from another machine (by allowing the IIS option in Windows Firewall), you can continue setting it up, change other settings, and print remotely from the host. This is perfect as you can have the software and printer connected to a dedicated computer or server and print labels from an unlimited amount of computers on the same network. If you setup your port forwarding just right on your router, you will be able to print from outside your internal network as well. I would advise a word of caution doing this though, as you could end up with anyone from all over the world being able to print or changing settings within the print portal. You can setup a username and password to prevent unauthorised tinkering.
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