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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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Primera colour label printers are indeed compatible with Windows 7, however updated drivers and software may need to be downloaded.

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Pigment ink is made up of solid, opaque particles that sit on top of the paper, dye ink is absorbed into a paper’s fibres.

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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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Do you want to:- Increase the number of customer calls; greatly reduce your administration costs; predict demand; optimise stock levels and reduce returns; manage the collection of payments (eliminating possible fraud); obtain greater visibility and control of all aspects of your business?

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Who are TSC?

June 22, 2010

TSC make printers that are as good or even better than the leading brand, but with a much more attractive price tag.

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Barcoding on mobile phones is the latest industry buzz, allowing companies to provide their customers with electronic tickets, confirmations and the latest promotions via a barcode.

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