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Epson TM-T88II Receipt Printer

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Hello!

Can someone help me please

We have some receipt printers Epson TM-T88II Receipt Printer - We are having to use these on Windows 7 (x64) but there isn't a driver we can get working.

So we decided to use the Generic Text Only but we need the partial cutter working, does anyone know the characters to insert into the box labelled: End Print Job on the printer commands tab?

Thanks
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The TM-T88V driver should work on Windows 7 64 bit.

You need to register at https://www.epsonexpert.com

Then go to https://www.epsonexpert.com/ee/techRes/index.htm?ProductId=642 and download the Advanced Printer Driver for TM-T88V v5.00. Even though it says it is for TM-T88V I'm pretty sure it works with the older models.

You can also find all the documentation for escape codes and lots of other useful developer stuff.

There is a very useful ESC-POS PDF available but I think you have to ask them for it. It contains all the ESC codes to drive the printer.

I have attached a couple of extracts from it which may be useful.
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