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Zebra sticker waybills

Requirements

Printer

All printers supported by Zebra Browser Print can be used. We recommend and have tested the following models: ZD230, ZD421, ZD220.

Stickers

Outside: 150mm x 102mm
Inside peel: 127mm x 84mm

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Activation

To enable this feature on your account, navigate to settings in the left navigation pane. In the shipping sub-menu, enable sticker label printing under waybills.

Follow the printer installation guide below to set up your Zebra printer.

Setup and installation

Windows
macOS
1
Download application

Download the Zebra Browser Print application for your Windows operating system:

2
Connection options

USB: Connect the Zebra label printer to your PC/Mac using a USB cable and power it on. Windows will automatically install the required drivers. No additional driver installation is required.

LAN (if supported): Connect the Zebra label printer to your local network (LAN) using a network cable and power it on. Make sure your network is configured to automatically assign IP addresses (DHCP) or refer to your printer manual for instructions on how to manually configure your printer’s IP address.

3
Install and run

Once the Zebra Browser Print is downloaded, navigate to the applicable folder and open Browser Print. Click to Run and finish the installation by following the prompts.

4
Set default device/printer

Open Zebra Browser Print, navigate to "Change" and selected the printer from the drop down menu. Click on "Set" to save. Please ensure your printer stays connected to your computer during this process.

5
Finalising installation

Once the device/printer has been set, log in to your Bob Go account, navigate to shipments and print a Zebra sticker waybill.

You will be asked to allow “https://www.bobgo.co.za” access to the Zebra printer. Click “Yes” to complete the configuration and print your shipping label.

6
Print label

After printing your first shipping label, you need to make sure that the alignment of the sticker is correct – in other words, that all the information is visible on the sticker and that nothing is cut off on the sides. If this is not the case, then it will require you to recalibrate the label printer.

7
Recalibrating the printer

Each model has different steps to perform a quick calibration. In order to confirm the exact steps to calibrate your specific Zebra Printer, search for your model number on Google. 

ZD220 and ZD230: Press and hold the "Feed" button until the status light blinks off and on twice, then release. The printer will then print out blank waybills until the calibration process is finished.

GK420d: Hold the green "Feed" button down. First the light on the button will flash once, then it will do a double flash. Let go of the button after the double flash and the printer will start to feed labels forward slowly.

Should you have any issues calibrating, feel free to reach out to our support at support@bobgo.co.za or 012 940 1060 with the model name and they will be sure to provide you with the right steps.

1
Download application

Download the Zebra Browser Print application for your macOS operating system:

2
Connection options

USB: Connect the Zebra label printer to your PC/Mac using a USB cable and power it on. macOS will automatically install the required drivers. No additional driver installation is required.

LAN (if supported): Connect the Zebra label printer to your local network (LAN) using a network cable and power it on. Make sure your network is configured to automatically assign IP addresses (DHCP) or refer to your printer manual for instructions on how to manually configure your printer’s IP address.

3
Open and run

Once downloaded, open Browser Print and drag the Browser Print icon into your applications folder.

Double-click on applications, and right-click to open Browser Print. It is important to note that you will have to right-click to open Browser Print based on security limitations from macOS.

4
End User License Agreement

When prompted, accept the “Browser Print End User License Agreement”

5
Set default device/printer

Open Zebra Browser Print, navigate to "Change" and selected the printer from the drop down menu. Click on "Set" to save. Please ensure your printer stays connected to your computer during this process.

6
Finalising installation

Once the device/printer has been set, log in to your Bob Go account, navigate to shipments and print a waybill.

You will be asked to allow “https://www.bobgo.co.za” access to the Zebra printer. Click “Yes” to complete the configuration and print your shipping label.

7
Print label

After printing your first shipping label, you need to make sure that the alignment of the sticker is correct – in other words, that all the information is visible on the sticker and that nothing is cut off on the sides. If this is not the case, then it will require you to recalibrate the label printer.

8
Recalibrating the printer

Each model has different steps to perform a quick calibration. In order to confirm the exact steps to calibrate your specific Zebra Printer, search for your model number on Google. 

ZD220 and ZD230: Press and hold the "Feed" button until the status light blinks off and on twice, then release. The printer will then print out blank waybills until the calibration process is finished.

GK420d: Hold the green "Feed" button down. First the light on the button will flash once, then it will do a double flash. Let go of the button after the double flash and the printer will start to feed labels forward slowly.

Should you have any issues calibrating, feel free to reach out to our support at support@bobgo.co.za or 012 940 1060 with the model name and they will be sure to provide you with the right steps.

Setup and installation

Windows
macOS
1
Download application

Download the Zebra Browser Print application for your Windows operating system:

2
Connection options

USB: Connect the Zebra label printer to your PC/Mac using a USB cable and power it on. Windows will automatically install the required drivers. No additional driver installation is required.

LAN (if supported): Connect the Zebra label printer to your local network (LAN) using a network cable and power it on. Make sure your network is configured to automatically assign IP addresses (DHCP) or refer to your printer manual for instructions on how to manually configure your printer’s IP address.

3
Install and run

Once the Zebra Browser Print is downloaded, navigate to the applicable folder and open Browser Print. Click to Run and finish the installation by following the prompts.

4
Set default device/printer

Open Zebra Browser Print, navigate to "Change" and selected the printer from the drop down menu. Click on "Set" to save. Please ensure your printer stays connected to your computer during this process.

5
Finalising installation

Once the device/printer has been set, log in to your Bob Go account, navigate to shipments and print a waybill.

You will be asked to allow “https://www.bobgo.co.za” access to the Zebra printer. Click “Yes” to complete the configuration and print your shipping label.

6
Print label

After printing your first shipping label, you need to make sure that the alignment of the sticker is correct – in other words, that all the information is visible on the sticker and that nothing is cut off on the sides. If this is not the case, then it will require you to recalibrate the label printer.

7
Recalibrating the printer

Each model has different steps to perform a quick calibration. In order to confirm the exact steps to calibrate your specific Zebra Printer, search for your model number on Google. 

ZD220 and ZD230: Press and hold the "Feed" button until the status light blinks off and on twice, then release. The printer will then print out blank waybills until the calibration process is finished.

GK420d: Hold the green "Feed" button down. First the light on the button will flash once, then it will do a double flash. Let go of the button after the double flash and the printer will start to feed labels forward slowly.

Should you have any issues calibrating, feel free to reach out to our support at support@bobgo.co.za or 012 940 1060 with the model name and they will be sure to provide you with the right steps.

1
Download application

Download the Zebra Browser Print application for your macOS operating system:

2
Connection options

USB: Connect the Zebra label printer to your PC/Mac using a USB cable and power it on. macOS will automatically install the required drivers. No additional driver installation is required.

LAN (if supported): Connect the Zebra label printer to your local network (LAN) using a network cable and power it on. Make sure your network is configured to automatically assign IP addresses (DHCP) or refer to your printer manual for instructions on how to manually configure your printer’s IP address.

3
Open and run

Once downloaded, open Browser Print and drag the Browser Print icon into your applications folder.

Double-click on applications, and right-click to open Browser Print. It is important to note that you will have to right-click to open Browser Print based on security limitations from macOS.

4
End User License Agreement

When prompted, accept the “Browser Print End User License Agreement”

5
Set default device/printer

Open Zebra Browser Print, navigate to "Change" and selected the printer from the drop down menu. Click on "Set" to save. Please ensure your printer stays connected to your computer during this process.

6
Finalising installation

Once the device/printer has been set, log in to your Bob Go account, navigate to shipments and print a waybill.

You will be asked to allow “https://www.bobgo.co.za” access to the Zebra printer. Click “Yes” to complete the configuration and print your shipping label.

7
Print label

After printing your first shipping label, you need to make sure that the alignment of the sticker is correct – in other words, that all the information is visible on the sticker and that nothing is cut off on the sides. If this is not the case, then it will require you to recalibrate the label printer.

8
Recalibrating the printer

Each model has different steps to perform a quick calibration. In order to confirm the exact steps to calibrate your specific Zebra Printer, search for your model number on Google. 

ZD220 and ZD230: Press and hold the "Feed" button until the status light blinks off and on twice, then release. The printer will then print out blank waybills until the calibration process is finished.

GK420d: Hold the green "Feed" button down. First the light on the button will flash once, then it will do a double flash. Let go of the button after the double flash and the printer will start to feed labels forward slowly.

Should you have any issues calibrating, feel free to reach out to our support at support@bobgo.co.za or 012 940 1060 with the model name and they will be sure to provide you with the right steps.