Using a Zebra label printer with Royal Mail DMO (and other courier services such as Parcelforce, FedEx, DPD, UK Mail, UPS, Yodel and many more) couldn’t be easier.
Once you’ve got your labels setup, all you need to do is point your software to the printer. Many courier services produce a PDF document of your label which can easily be printed to any printer. The Zebra GC and GK series are by far the most intuitive and with it’s wide selection of bulk labels you’ll save yourself 4p per label!*
Once the printer is installed using with standard Windows Drivers (either from the included disc or via Windows Update), you then need to attach the printer to the DMO software. To do this see the DMO printer installation guide.
Some of the Zebra printers are being disguised as other, made-up models. The Zebra GK420d for example is being disguised as a ZP505 supplied by FedEx. The great thing about this is that we can supply the labels in bulk boxes suitable for this printer save you money. To find a selection of labels compatible with the GK and GC range, please visit our shop.
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* Based on 102mm x 152mm direct thermal Zebra bulk boxes compared to our smaller off-the-shelf rolls in similar quantities. Prices correct at time of publish.