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  • 16 Nov 2022

Canon joins forces with Teklynx

Canon has partnered with Teklynx International to develop new Teklynx native printer drivers for Canon's on-demand color label printer lineup

Canon has partnered with Teklynx International to develop new Teklynx native printer drivers for Canon's on-demand color label printer lineup. These drivers are compatible with Canon's LX-D1300, LX-D5500, and LX-P1300 label printers.

With Teklynx barcode and label design software and the new drivers, Canon label printers are designed to help produce a high volume of labels and speed up the design process.

‘Canon's collaboration with Teklynx demonstrates our commitment to our customers, providing companies with the ability to print colorful and vivid labels quickly and efficiently,’ said Isao Kobayashi, senior vice president and general manager of Canon USA. ‘Customers in a wide range of industries will be able to make good use of the Teklynx software with these new drivers.’

Teklynx barcode label design software, including Label Matrix, Labelview and Codesoft, will help Canon label printer users maintain their respective brand consistency, with the ability to create preformatted templates which help increase the accuracy of the prints. 

An easy-to-use label design interface allows users to create hundreds of different barcodes along with variable data. Companies using the software will be better equipped to manage on-demand color labeling solutions to help meet customer requests and optimize print output. 

‘With Teklynx barcode label design software, what you see is what you get – our native embedded printer drivers print labels that are extremely accurate to what you see on the screen,’ said Travis Wayne, product manager of Teklynx Americas. ‘We are looking forward to having Canon users experience the quality and efficiency this software has to offer.’ 

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