Get up and running in a matter of a few minutes with the step-by-step guided setup wizard. Directly pull data from any data source or execute barcode label printing directly from any existing software or web applications.
Print barcode labels using variety of standard label formats
Print labels with 1D and 2D barcodes
Pull information from any existing database or system
Print barcode labels directly from any existing applications
Link number of prints to inventory count
Select from thousands of pre-defined industry standard label formats. Add 1D and 2D barcodes with extensive formatting and error checking options. Encode RFID tags with EPC Gen 2 UHF chips.
Automate printing by defining print conditions and linking number of prints to inventory count in the database. Print hundreds of labels in a few seconds by sending native commands to supported barcode printers.
Directly connect to any existing database via a live connection and integrate with existing inventory systems without any import or export. Print barcode labels in the background from a third party software or web application using the command line
Select from thousands of pre-defined, industry standard label formats. Automatically adjust text and graphics to best fit the design space. Add conditional elements that will only print when record conditions are satisfied.
1D and 2D Bar Codes
Add 1D and 2D bar codes to your labels. Control the printing space, readability and error-recovery features of bar codes by adjusting dozens of parameters, such as bar width, bar spacing, error correction code, checksum and more.
Live Database, Spreadsheet or 3rd Party System Connections
Print labels that include data from your existing database, spreadsheet, inventory, warehouse management or ERP system, connected in real-time.
Encode RFID tags with EPC Gen 2 UHF chips and print labels using supported RFID printers such as the Zebra R110Xi4.
Fast, High Volume Printing
Automate printing by defining print conditions and linking the number of prints to the inventory count in the database. Print hundreds of labels in a few seconds by sending native commands to supported barcode printers. Label Flow utilizes native
printer commands, such as ZPL and ZPL2 by Zebra, to maximize printer performance.
Print Labels from Existing Applications
Print barcode labels in the background from your desktop or web application using the command line utility. Applications can pass data to the command-line-utility in XML format, send a batch file with XML commands or simply pass information as
command line options.
Label Flow includes a searchable library of more than 2,500 pre-defined, industry standard label templates making it easy to print design labels of any shape and size. The template library includes:
Label records can be maintained in Label Flow or your own database. Label Flow can import records from or connect in real-time to most ODBC / OLE DB compatible databases including:
Microsoft SQL Server
Bar Code Support
Label Flow supports more than 20 industry-standard 1D and 2D bar code formats including:
EAN-8 / EAN-13
UPC-A ⁄ UPC-E
Encode RFID tags with EPC Gen 2 UHF chips and print labels using supported RFID printers such as Zebra R110Xi4.
Label Flow supports all Windows compatible printers. Advanced functionality such as RFID encoding is available on specific models.
Normal Printing: Any Windows compatible thermal, ink-jet or laser printer
Native Command High Speed Printing: ZPL2 / EPL2 compatible printers
RFID Encoding: Zebra R110xi4 RFID printer
3rd Party Integration
Label Flow Enterprise Edition includes a command-line utility for printing labels from 3rd party applications. Existing desktop or web applications can pass data to the command-line-utility in an XML format, send a batch file with XML commands or
simply pass information as command line options.
Label Flow will run on nearly any modern Windows-based computer, virtual PC or Windows Pro tablet.