BIXOLON Co., Ltd a leading global mobile, label and POS printer manufacturer today announced the launch of the Label Artist™ Mobile. A free-of-charge mobile application allows users to easily edit and print labels from their chosen iOS™ or Android™ device to a BIXOLON printer using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. A USB connection is also supported for Android™ devices.
Compatible with BIXOLON’s complete label printer line-up, Label Artist™ Mobile provides a range of label design functions including text, barcode, image printing. Supporting editable templates for theme label printing, alongside various warning and event image labelling collection options. Numerical sequential number printing (Auto count functionality), plus label reprint and stored editing functionality.
“Traditionally label printing was always operated through a PC,” cites John Kim, BIXOLON Director of Marketing. “The requirement to replace PC with handheld devices continues to rise in a range of industries including Warehousing, Logistics, Manufacturing, Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare and more. BIXOLON recognizes the growing requirement for label editing software which can be easily operated through a smart device.”
The Label Artist™ Mobile app is available to download through Google Play™ and the App Store®. Label Artist™ Mobile is now compatible with following label printer models.
- 4-inch Label Printers: SLP-TX400, SLP-TX420, SLP-DX420, SRP-E770III, SLP-DL410
- 2-inch Label Printers: SLP-TX220, SLP-DX220
For more information visit http://www.bixolon.com or contact your local BIXOLON sales representative.
BIXOLON is a leading global manufacturer of innovative, advanced printing technologies including point-of-sale receipt, label, Auto ID and mobile printers for a wide range of environments. Millions of BIXOLON printers are used today in retail, hospitality, healthcare, banking, ticketing, post/parcel, warehousing and other transaction-intensive industries. In 2018, for the fifth consecutive year BIXOLON was named global mobile receipt printer market leader by Japanese research company Chunichisha.