Difference between revisions of "Case Label Printing"

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Case label printing is distinct from Pallet Label Printing in a number of ways.<br>
 
Case label printing is distinct from Pallet Label Printing in a number of ways.<br>
 
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No SSCC (Pallet Numbers) are generated for each label.</br>
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No SSCC (Pallet Numbers) are generated for each label<br>
No record of each label is written to the Pallet and Pallet History Tables</br>
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No record of each label is written to the Pallet and Pallet History Tables<br>
Data can be printed directly to a labeller from Commander4j or exported to a file for use by an external program. (Logopak Synchro for example).</br>
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Data can be printed directly to a labeller from Commander4j or exported to a file for use by an external program. (Logopak Synchro for example)<br>
Typically data is sent to the labeller at the start of a production run and it remains in the labellers memory without further communications.</br>
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Typically data is sent to the labeller at the start of a production run and it remains in the labellers memory without further communications.<br>
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[[File:case_label1.jpg]]

Revision as of 04:25, 19 April 2015

Case label printing is distinct from Pallet Label Printing in a number of ways.

No SSCC (Pallet Numbers) are generated for each label
No record of each label is written to the Pallet and Pallet History Tables
Data can be printed directly to a labeller from Commander4j or exported to a file for use by an external program. (Logopak Synchro for example)
Typically data is sent to the labeller at the start of a production run and it remains in the labellers memory without further communications.

Case label1.jpg