LabeLase® Producer can automatically serialize text strings containing letters as well as numeric characters. Here is how to do it.

Version 2 and higher of InfoSight's LabeLase® Producer can read data directly from an Excel spreadsheet and use it to print tags. In the third and final part of our tutorial we import the spreadsheet data into our layout and print our tags.

Version 2 and higher of InfoSight's LabeLase® Producer can read data directly from an Excel spreadsheet and use it to print tags. In part 2 of a three-part comprehensive tutorial we show how to construct your spreadsheet to be compatible with LabeLase® Producer.

Version 2 and higher of InfoSight's LabeLase® Producer can read data directly from an Excel spreadsheet and use it to print tags. This is part 1 of a three-part comprehensive tutorial on how to create your spreadsheet, build your layout and import data.

LabeLase® Producer can print multiple, automatic-sequencing serial numbers. Here's how to set it up.

Unicode is a standard for encoding and representing text in most of the world's writing systems. With Unicode compatibility, Producer 2 can accept and print characters from around the world.

In some applications it may be undesirable to have the printer's users interact with Producer's graphical interface. Here is how to configure and run LabeLase® Producer version 2 as a Windows service.

Version 2 and higher of InfoSight's LabeLase® Producer can read data directly from an Excel spreadsheet and use it to print tags. Here's how to build your Excel spreadsheet so it is compatible with LabeLase® Producer.

There are several ways to connect an InfoSight LabeLase® metal tag printer to a computer in order to print tags, and sometimes it isn't obvious which method is the best choice for a given application. This article will describe the interface options for InfoSight’s line of LabeLase® metal tags printers and the methods of connecting these printers to a Windows PC.