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So you are printing your labels but you’re not happy with the quality of print you are getting, it is faded, poor or uneven across the label. There are a few options that you can try that will solve most print quality problems.

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Easy step by step guide to setting up a label using Zebra designer

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So, you have decided to sell on Amazon and need to barcode your products in order to meet barcode requirements, what do you need to do? What are the requirements? “It is requirement for all products that are ordered for Amazon.co.uk to have a scannable barcode label on the outside of the product. On items [...]

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So, you need to barcode your products going into supermarkets and shops, what you need to produce are EAN barcodes. The following is a quick guide on how to barcode your products for supermarkets. Step 1: Register with GS1 You need to register with GS1 who control the company code numbers for EAN barcodes, they [...]

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What is an EAN barcode?

June 23, 2010

An EAN (European Article Number) barcode is a specific type of barcode that has been developed for use in shops and supermarkets.

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A Code 128 barcode is a general purpose barcode, widely used across all industries including the food and non-food industries, public sector and government bodies and can contain letters and numbers.

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ITF14 barcodes are widely used to identify goods and products as they are received by stores, supermarkets and larger shops.

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What is a bokode?

June 23, 2010

A bokode is a tiled series of data matrix codes. These data tags hold thousands of times more information than a barcode and they can be read by a standard mobile phone camera or scanner.

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A code 25 or Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode contains only numerical data. Typical uses include coding on cartons of products or industrial applications.

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There are many other types of label that can offer a similar versatility of material (although over a shorter time period) that can be produced without the health implications that are associated with vinyl.

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