Managing multiple printers can be done by creating a printer configuration programming file. The configuration file is sent or auto-loaded from a prepared USB memory device. These can be used to clone a printer’s setup. The figure shows the basic structure of a ZPL programming configuration file.
Printer Management and Format Program Structure
Put your commands here
Format commands are ordered sensitive
General print and command settings
Media handling and behaviors
Media print size and position
command to save settings
See the ZPL programmer’s guide and the Configuration Setting to Command Cross-reference to create a programming file.
The Zebra Setup Utility (ZSU) can be used to send programming files to the printer. Windows Notepad (text editor) can be used to create programming files.