I am setting up a master design so that for specific groups of items from our ERP database different designs are created. Each group of items, mostly customer related, has its own label design.
These designs are created on layers, each design on its own layer. Layers are being printed dependant on settings from the item file.
This works fine currently, but as I am expanding this setup I wonder if Bartender has a limitation in the number of layers that can be used, or objects which can be defined? I might end up with a master file consisting of over 50 layers with hundreds of objects.
The reason I would like this setup is that the end user in de production environment only will use a print station and just will choose an item code and label quantity. The correct design will be defined in Bartender and the ERP system. There will be just one .btw file, so never a wrong label can be chosen by the end user.
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