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I want to Send Image to Zebra Labeller Printer

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I want to make a Program that Send a Image to zebra Printer (RZ4000 or Pax4)

I Use Delphi10.

my concept is capture screen and convert to pcx or grf format. then send a zebra printer.

I don't want use any tool. like barone or Ztools. I want coding Delphi.

Can I get a sample code ?
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Question by:wanna96
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by:TommySzalapski
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Well, you could start with something like this.

var
  pic : TBitmap;
  picjpg : TJPEGImage;
begin
  pic := TBitmap.Create;
  try
    ScreenShot(0,0,Screen.Width,Screen.Height,pic);
    picjpg.Assign(pic);

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Then you can do anything with the jpeg. If you need it in pcx, then you'll need tools or the code behind them. This one works well http://www.efg2.com/Lab/Library/Delphi/Graphics/PCX.ZIP
If you really don't want to use it as a tool, then just extract the code you need and use that.

The method of sending it to the printer should be in your API reference for the printer.
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by:wanna96
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Thank you, but I need more Test.

Image sending to zebra printer is very difficult ¿.¿;

i'm not yet Test Ok m.m
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thehagman earned 500 total points
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The Zebra ProgrammingLanguugae II is described here: http://www.ptshome.com/kb/Manuals/ZPL_Vol1.pdf
(Apparently zthere is also a vol II, but I just read vol I).
I suggest you use the "^GF" command described on page 156.
I would also suggest to simply use binary data ("B").
If I remember my own implementaion of Zebra printing correctly, the binary data is simply sent row by row with 8 pixels combined in one byte in the obvious manner, and the row length must be a multilpe of 8 (i.e. complete bytes).
e.g.
^GFA,8,8,1,7E81A581A5BD817E

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should produce a smiley 8 by 8 pixels
^GFA,32,32,2,07e01a58249449224002b801a81db981824183c19009581a47e22004181807e0

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a more elaborate one
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by:theo kouwenhoven
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Image sending to zebra printer is very difficult ¿.¿;

Hi wanna96,

Sending stuff to a Zebra or Stripe printer is not difficult at all,
just put all label data in a text file, FTP it to the printer and it will work.
There are 2 advantages of FTPing instead of using drivers etc
1-No risk of getting extra information from the driver in your datastream.
2-FTP it to an other address (a server) and you are able to see what is exactly send from your application.

Regards,
Murph
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by:wanna96
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Thank you, everyone.

 But ... . I decided to use the Windows driver. ¿. ¿;
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by:theo kouwenhoven
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the Windows driver?

Good luck :)
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by:wanna96
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partially, adivsed to me... thanks..
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