The formula label can be printed from the Formula screen by clicking the button. When the formula contains several layers only the current selected layer will be printed.
Note: The communication between the MIXIT web application and the label printer is done via the Instrument Manager. So, in order to print a label, the label printer must first be configured in the Instrument Manager.
When should I use a formula label?
We recommend printing and attaching the formula label on a spray out panel of a mix done on a scale that is not connected to the computer.
Note: When you want to print information about the mix for internal use or for a spray-out panel, then use the mix label. When you want to print a label for a ready-mix, then use the distributor label.
What information does the formula label contain?
The formula label contains:
- information about the formula layer:
- the version of the formula (in our example dec 07,2012)
- the layer number (in our example Layer 2).
- the price group for the layer (in our example P1).
- information about the color:
- the main color code (in our example TES114 (Brilliant Yellow))
- the product line used (in our example Autowave MM 2.0)
- the color codes (in our example TES114, C114, 2YW00)
- the color type (in our example Pearl Threecoat)
- information about the components:
- the desired amount (in our example 1,00L)
- the toner codes
- the quantity in grams for each component
- the total amount in grams (in our example 998,9g)