Printer Cutter

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Printer Cutter

Postby sonny63 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 3:31 pm

Does anyone know the code to make the IDP3551 printer cut at the end of the tickets?

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Re: Printer Cutter

Postby H-Man » Mon Dec 31, 2012 8:48 am

Who makes that printer? Did you try others from the same manufacturer if they are there? Can it emulate Epson? Try the Epson settings. I had a generic printer that I did this for. If not you will need to get this information from your printer supplier or the manufacturer.

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Re: Printer Cutter

Postby sonny63 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:43 am

Its a citizan idp3551 printer it will cut in graphical mode but not in regular mode graphical uses to much paper.

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Re: Printer Cutter

Postby Scott » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:57 am

Check the manual for the escape sequence to trigger the cutter.

If it is in hex (eg. 0x2E) post the codes here and I will then post the translation into what POS Pizza wants to see. You can also use the built-in calculator in Windows (in programmer mode) to translate the hex numbers to decimal.

If they're in decimal you can simply put each of the numbers (0-255) inside of curly braces { }

Only put one number per set of braces so that the value does not exceed the range above. So if you saw a code like 27 12 10 it would be represented as {27}{12}{10}.

If you cannot find these in your printer manual, you may need to contact the manufacturer directly or contact the supplier.

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Re: Printer Cutter

Postby sonny63 » Sun Apr 07, 2013 12:36 pm

Scott : the book says <1B>H<64>H<30>H OR <1B>H<64>H<00>H Another code i found is <1B>H<69>H Thanks Curt

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Re: Printer Cutter

Postby Scott » Mon Apr 08, 2013 7:30 am

sonny63 wrote:Scott : the book says <1B>H<64>H<30>H OR <1B>H<64>H<00>H Another code i found is <1B>H<69>H Thanks Curt


The first code translates to: {27}{100}{0}

The second one: {27}{105}


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Re: Printer Cutter

Postby sonny63 » Sun Apr 14, 2013 2:39 pm

what lines do i put these codes in i tried but i dont seem to be putting them in right thanks

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Re: Printer Cutter

Postby Scott » Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:46 am

Create a new Printer Definition (or edit an existing one), and put this code in the Job End / Cut Sequence field, and save the profile. Once the profile has been saved, assign it to that printer in your local config settings.

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