----- Original Message -----
From: <DaleGindlesperger@fft-inc.com>
To: <mapics-l-admin@midrange.com>
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2002 11:50 AM
Subject: Label printing with Paperless Mfg


> Does anyone currently using Paperless (or something similar) also print
> labels for transactions?  Specifically I/M (RP) transactions?  I want to
> generate a barcoded item identification label for all packages/parts when
> they are received (RP) to assist in transaction handling for relocation
> and such, and am looking for a "success story" with a small label printer.
>  I will be using a PC, cart-mounted, R/F attached, battery-powered
> (through a power inverter), running 5250 emulation.  I can't use a small,
> portable device like a Palm Pilot/Handspring because they need access to
> the Engineering drawings.  I don't want to use a large label printer like
> the Intermec units I currently have on my factory floor - they are large
> and would I would think they would draw too much power.  I have seen ads
> for little Dymo-style label printers, and was wondering if anyone had any
> success with something like that.  The receiving area is fairly clean (for
> a factory).
>
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Dale Gindlesperger
> IT Manager
> Fleetwood Folding Trailers
>



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