Label Quality - Hand Grease Wear! 追蹤

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Hello All,

 

My company uses the Zebra gx430t (and Bartender 9) for serial number labels, and I'm at my wits end trying to troubleshoot the label quality issues.

 

We make a product that is handheld.  As we get more products out in the field, the issue of the serial number label wearing off is becoming a bigger headache by the day.  We have a backup serial # inside the battery compartment, but I can't blame end users for complaining that the label doesn't withstand basic operation.

 

The label is a silver mylar.

 

I'm not against upgrading the printer, the Bartender software, or changing the label... but I'd like a few more clues before I go down those roads.

 

Is there anything I can do within Bartender to improve the quality of the label?  Can I slow it down?  (speed is not an issue).  I already switched to a black wax resin (from a blue ribbon).  The label is a silver mylar.

 

Any tips are appreciated.  Thank you!!!

 

Brian

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Michael Toupin (mtoupin
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Realistically any transfer media is going to experience what you're seeing, just due to the nature of the thermal transfer process.

 

In these applications getting a clear label to go over the actual printed label seems to be the prevalent idea, that way it's not affected by heat or friction.

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I just passed, but I'm sorry I have no idea :unsure:
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You need resin ribbon instead of wax resin

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