Getting Started with Wizard-Industries

Getting started takes just few minutes. In a few steps, we'll get you setup to print 2D barcodes, FNSKU labels and more.

 

1. Amazon SellerCentral Setting: Enable 2D Barcodes


Amazon Inbound settingsSome Amazon accounts do not have the 2D barcode option enabled by default. Confirm your account has 2D barcodes enabled in the Seller Central Inbound Settings page.

2. Setup Printer Settings


FNSKU Label printer settingsThe 2D box content barcodes and FNSKU labels are optimized for thermal printer labels. The 2D barcodes are optimized for 4x6 thermal label and FNSKU labels are optimized for 2.62' x 1.00' and similar sizes. Setup your label sizes on bottom of the your User Settings page.

 

3. Print a sample label


Use any of the label creation options we offer to generate a test label. A correctly printed 2D label will be offset from all edges of a label by about a 1/8th of an inch and have a crisp barcode. Print a sample label to confirm. Most common issues discovered include: margins set by the printer driver, wrong paper size selected in the browser, or size scaling settings modified in the browser.

 

3. Optional: Setup seamless printing


Once the labels are printing correctly, you can enable seamless printing to minimize the amount of clicks to required to print a label. This is available in Firefox only.

 

4. Optional: Upload the first shipment plan


For premium and enterprise plan customers
To verify that packed items match the shipment plan or to print FNSKU labels from the plan, upload the Amazon shipment plan from SellerCentral.

 

5. Label Printing


You are now ready to pack boxes and generate 2D barcode labels. We offer multiple workflows to track the items you're packing. Use the input view that lines up best with your merchandise mix for each shipment. If expedient, you can switch between different input methods in the middle of a shipment.

  • Scangun For shipments with low count of many unique SKUs and you need to scan each item.
  • Hybrid Scangun For shipments which mostly have low count of unique SKUs but also an occasional larger batch where it makes sense to scan item and input quantity instead of scanning individual units.
  • Bulk Input For shipments with high count of a few unique SKUs.
  • Case Pack For shipments where multiple boxes have the same items (Example: 20 boxes with 10 units of SKU ABC123 in each).
  • CSV Input Upload a CSV file with your shipment content to generate the 2D labels. Enterprise plan required.
  • Unified FNSKU / 2D Box Label If your items are a quantity of 1 item per shipment box, this is a unified 2D Box Content, FNSKU and Expiration Date label so you only need to touch each box once. Enterprise plan required.

For premium and enterprise plan customers
Our platform offers numerous options for printing FNSKU item labels. Check out FNSKU label printing guide to find the best way to print FNSKU labels that fits your work flow.

 

5. Next Steps


Once you are comfortable with 2D barcode generation, check out the advanced label options to further streamline your replenishment workflow and minimize the number of times you touch each box.