LabelCraft now supports Label Printing from a web browser.
Label formats are prepared in a printer independent format on a server site, and sent to the local web browser via a web-socket communication channel.
The local LabelCraft Print Engine automatically converts the printer independent format to a format for a specific label printer, and the label is finally printed.
The new Web Label Printing system has been developed for one of the bigger food producer chains in Norway.
LabelCraft now supports RTF text fields.
RTF documents created by Windows Office can be directly inserted on the label.
The LabelCraft Database Print program (DbPrint) has been successfully installed at SAS Technical Bases at Copenhagen, Arlanda, and Gardermoen.
The new printer configuration is a great feature in the new version of LabelCraft
LabelCraft now fits all printer types – regular office printers, and industrial marking Equipment.
– Simple printer configuring wizard
– Printers listed by printer manufacturer
– Printer Ports now automatically listed
English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Norwegian, Swedish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean on any Windows language
Labels can display and print in any language, incl. mixed languages
Eg. Chinese with English
Full Unicode support
Possible to dock windows
Field list presentation gives overview of label content
Drag and drop from other programs: Label files, text or graphics
Key benefits with new LabelCraft:
Simple and user-friendly
Customizable to ease every day operation
Fits all printer types – regular office printers, and industrial marking equipment
Easy to integrate with other systems, like ERP and production management systems
Own direct drivers
Connects directly to databases
Developed with new Windows development SW (MFC 2008) / .Net
Based on long experience, and have kept compatibility with older formats