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TEC-IT Barcode Generator

Easily Create your own Barcodes

The TEC-IT Barcode Generator is a powerful online tool that allows you to create various types of barcodes effortlessly. Whether you're a developer, business owner, or just curious about barcodes, this free generator is here to simplify the process.

How Does It Work?

  1. Choose Your Barcode Type: The generator supports a wide range of barcode formats, including linear barcodes, 2D codes, GS1 DataBar, and postal barcodes. You can select the one that best suits your needs.

  2. Customize Your Barcode: Input your data, adjust settings, and explore options. You can generate barcodes for product labels, inventory management, shipping, and more.

  3. Instant Results: Once you've configured your barcode, hit the "Generate" button. Voil?! Your barcode is ready for download or printing.

Supported Barcode Types

  • EAN and UPC: Commonly used for retail products.
  • Code-128: Ideal for inventory and shipping labels.
  • QR Code?: Perfect for linking to websites, sharing contact information, or providing Wi-Fi access.
  • Data Matrix: Compact 2D codes for data storage.
  • PDF417: Used in applications like driver's licenses and boarding passes.
  • Postal Codes: Generate barcodes for mail and packages.
  • ISBN: For books and publications.

Website Description

Linear Barcodes, 2D Codes, GS1 DataBar, Postal Barcodes and many more!

This online barcode generator demonstrates the capabilities of the TBarCode SDK barcode components. TBarCode simplifies bar code creation in your application - e.g. in C# .NET, VB .NET, Microsoft? ASP.NET, ASP, PHP, Delphi and other programming languages. Test this online barcode-generator without any software installation (Terms of Service) and generate your barcodes right now: EAN, UPC, GS1 DataBar, Code-128, QR Code?, Data Matrix, PDF417, Postal Codes, ISBN, etc.

Barcode Generator
https://barcode.tec-it.com/en

 

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