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Datamax-O’Neil Introduces the p1725 Printer for Wide-Width Label Applications

Posted March 21, 2014

Datamax-O'Neil p1725 PrinterDatamax-O’Neil has introduced the p1725 Performance Series printer which offers 7-inch wide label printing and offers a revolutionary patented design that simplifies setup, operation, media loading and integration. The p1725 automatically adjusts itself to maximize print quality and increase printhead life, while the color touchscreen display eases daily operation and maintenance. The unique auto-load feature virtually eliminates label waste, and by utilizing the industry standard HP compatible PCL print language and Linux operating system, the p1725 is easily integrated into SAP and other ERP network environments.

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Datamax-O’Neil Printers Now Supported By Loftware’s Family Drivers

Posted November 1, 2013

2013-11-01_1059Loftware has announced the release of Loftware Print Server (LPS) version 10.1 SP1 and Loftware Label Manager (LLM) version 10.1 SP1. Continuing to deliver on Loftware’s commitment to innovate, this release extends the power of the solution’s ground breaking Family Drivers to include support for Datamax-O’Neil’s DPL printing language.

This release builds on the LPS 10.1 and LLM 10.1 new features that afford customers a new level of control and traceability of label changes, include the ability to embed images in label templates, expanded SMTP, and ease-of-use enhancements.

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Datamax-O’Neil’s New NETira Label Design Software

Posted October 11, 2013

2013-10-11_1011Datamax-O’Neil has announced a new version of their label design software called NETira Label Design software – Powered by Bartender UltraLite.

Every Datamax-O’Neil class printer will now ship with Seagull BarTender UltraLite free and will replace the current version of NETira LD.

The new NETira Label Designer is based on Seagull BarTender v10.1 and will provide users with the ability to easily and quickly create a label on Datamax-O’Neil branded printers only.

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The Datamax-O’Neil RL4 is No Couch Potato for German Furniture Store

Posted August 28, 2013

Datamax-O'Neil RL4 Portable Barcode PrinterDatamax-O’Neil’s RL4 Improves Productivity and Reduces Costs at Segmüller

Segmüller has a long tradition in the furniture business. It was back in 1925 that Hans Segmüller founded his business as an artisan manufacturing upholstered furniture in the Bavarian town of Friedberg. Today, Segmüller is one of the most successful and well-known furniture stores in Southern Germany with seven locations and more than 4,000 employees.

The primary factor underlying the company’s strong growth is its extensive range of products that includes furnishings to match every budget. Moreover, Segmüller has always had a strong focus on good service. This includes
displaying the greatest possible selection of products in its exhibition areas and delivering the correct furniture to customers as quickly as possible as well as providing helpful in-store support.

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To provide this level of service while remaining profitable, it is vital for Segmüller to work productively and efficiently – and this is doubly true for warehouse processes. The process involved in labeling incoming goods offers significant scope for efficiency gains. Continue reading »


Earn Up To $150 Per Printer With Datamax-O’Neil’s Trade-In Program

Posted July 25, 2013

Datamax-O'Neil I-Class Mark II Series Barcode PrinterIsn’t it time your old printer made you money? Replace it with a brand new l-Class Mark II!

Datamax-O’Neil’s trade in promotion has been extended till the end of this year and is a great way to upgrade to an I-Class Mark II printer.

A new l-Class Mark II printer will help you save you save time and money! Not only will you earn up to $150 per printer when you trade-in your old qualifying printer, but your operation will quickly become more productive and efficient with faster, more capable printing. That translates into BIG savings!

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Changing the Printhead and Platen Roller on Your E-Class Printer

Posted June 19, 2013

Unfortunately, no barcode printer lasts forever but with the right care and maintenance you can get the most out of your investment.

Two of the most common elements of a printer that will wear down and need to be replaced are the printhead and the platen roller.  The printhead is the main component of the printer that does the actual printing. It is composed of a series of small ceramic dots that heat up in the pattern of what you want to print.  With constant use, printheads do go bad and you can tell by faded printing or, when dots burn out, sections that will not print at all. The platen roller is the main mechanism that pulls the label through the printer as it is being printed. Being a moving part it gets constant use and will eventually wear down providing less pressure on the printhead resulting in printing issues and errors.

Luckily, when these parts go bad it does not mean we need to get a new printer. With all Datamax-O’Neil printers, including their popular E-Class Mark III series, it only takes a few minutes to remove and replace printhead and platen roller to bring a new lease of life to your printer.  This video is a great step-by-step illustration of how easy it really is.


Datamax-O’Neil Complements Its Stationary Printer Portfolio with Source Technologies Acquisition

Posted June 6, 2013

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has acquired the thermal printer assets of Source Technologies, a leading provider in specialized printing solutions based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Established in 1986, Source Technologies has specialized in secure MICR printing solutions, and will remain a strong entity in this market under new ownership. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

“The addition of these new products into our already strong stationary printer portfolio positions us and our channel partners around the world to be more competitive and achieve greater market share,” said Paul Sindoni, president of Datamax-O’Neil. “This acquisition represents another step in our strategy to position ourselves as a global market and technology leader and clearly reflects our continued commitment to grow our strength within the industry and our partner community.”

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The Datamax-O’Neil RL4 Excels in Rugged Testing and Certification

Posted May 29, 2013

Datamax-O'Neil RL4 Portable Barcode PrinterDatamax-O’Neil announced that its RL4 portable printer has achieved standard IEC 60068-2-31, a free-fall drop test comprised of 2,000 repeated drops from 500 mm. The testing was conducted by Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services, a world-leading concept-to-consumer quality assurance and compliance services provider to manufacturers, distributors and retailers.

The printer sustained minor physical damage, but continued to operate successfully following completion of the testing. The RL4 is the only 4-inch portable label printer to comply with the IEC 60068-2-31 standard. “The RL4’s ability to operate after 2,000 free-fall drops is confirmation that our efforts to design a portable printer that meets the most demanding mobile application requirements was successful and demonstrates our commitment to offer the industry’s most rugged and reliable printers,” said John Murphy, senior product manager for Datamax-O’Neil.

On the heels of passing the drop test, the RL4 also received positive comments in a comprehensive product review with two competitive printers. The review, conducted by Business Solutions magazine paired with VAR Paragon Print Systems, compared the Datamax-O’Neil RL4 with both the Toshiba TEC and  Zebra portable printers. The review, which appeared in the May issue of Business Solutions, compared the printers in five categories: setup and configuration, paper loading, battery life, LCD display and build quality. The following are comments the RL4 received in each of those categories:

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Add Mobility to your Datamac E-Class Printer with the New MPU-4000

Posted March 15, 2013

High performance, rechargeable battery pack allows desktop printer to be used in mobile printing applications

Datamax-O’Neil announced the availability of their MPU-4000, a fully integrated battery pack that attaches to the bottom of the E-Class Mark III printer, delivering enough power for the printer to operate for days without recharging.  Utilizing long lasting lithium polymer batteries, the MPU-4000 combined with the E-Class Mark III is ideal for higher duty applications that require the endurance and speed of a desktop printer but the mobility and long battery life of a portable printer.

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Datamax-O’Neil Extend their Trade-In Promo for New I-Class Mark II Printers

Posted March 12, 2013

Datamax-O'Neil I-4212e Barcode PrinterWith Datamax-O’Neil’s trade-in program you can earn up to $150 per printer toward a a purchase of a new I-Class Mark II unit. This promo has been extended until June 30, 2013 so now is the perfect time to update your aging printer.

Just follow these 3 simple steps:

  1. Confirm you have a qualifying printer and fill out this form – Trade-In Details
  2. Purchase a new I-4212E, I-4310E, or I-4606e from January to the end of March 2013 from an authorized Datamax dealer like BarcodesInc.
  3. Submit a photo of the serial number tag removed from the trade-in printer.
Your rebate will be mailed to you from there!

For more details or help finding the right Datamax printer, contact us at BarcodesInc.


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