A library for creating and printing labels
Labelprinterkit is a Python3 library for creating and printing labels. It was developed for the Networking department of the KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).
Labelprinterkit's simple layout engine can use it to declaratively create Labels:
>>> class MyLabel(Label): ... items = [ ... Text(), Text() ... ] ... >>> l = MyLabel("text1", "text2") >>> printer.print_label(l)
The Following printers are currently supported:
- Brother P-Touch PT-700 (aka P700)
The following printers will probably work, but are not tested:
- Brother H500
- Brother E500
The official source of this repository is at https://git.scc.kit.edu/scc-net/labelprinterkit.
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