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Tally Dascom DL-200 User Guide V1.1
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Media Type
How it looks
Description
Non-Continuous
Roll Media
Roll media is wound on a core that can be 1 to 1.5
in. (25.4 to 38.1 mm) in diameter. Labels have
adhesive backing that sticks them to a liner, and
they are separated by gaps, holes, notches, or black
marks. Tags are separated by perforations.
Individual labels
are separated by one or more of the following
methods:
Web media separates labels by gaps, holes, or
notches.
Black mark media uses pre-printed black marks on
the back side of the media to indicate label
separations.
• Pefoated edia has pefoatios that allow the
labels or tags to be separated from each other
easily. The media may also have black marks or
other separations between labels or tags.
Non-Continuous
Fanfold Media
Fan-Fold media is folded in a zigzag pattern. Fanfold
media can have the same label separations as
non-continuous roll media.
The separations would fall on or near the folds.
Continuous Roll
Media
Roll media is wound on a core that can be 1 to 1.5
in. (25.4 to 38.1 mm) in diameter. Continuous roll
media does not have gaps, holes, notches, or black
marks to indicate label separations. This allows the
image to be printed anywhere on the label. A cutter
can be used to cut apart individual labels. With
continuous media, use the transmissive (gap)
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