Zebra printers are pretty good at cold printing.
They’re built with an internal cooling system that reduces the chance of your prints getting too hot.
They can print on anything from a cheap laptop to a $1,200 desktop printer, and they can even print on any piece of hardware.
But you can only do that with a Z-series printer.
But if you have an old MacBook Pro and you want to print with a hot print screen, this post will walk you through the process of making one.
This post is based on the new Zebra 2.1 printer.
We’ll cover the hardware as well as the software.
It’s an all-in-one printer, meaning that you don’t have to buy an entire box.
And the hardware you’ll need to make this printer are pretty basic: the Zebra2, which is a 2-in.-1 printer, an inkjet, and a hot-printing software package.
We’ve already covered the software for this printer in depth, but if you want a deeper dive into the hardware and the software, I suggest checking out our detailed hands-on review of the Z-Series 2.2, and the ZXR3, a slightly larger and better-priced Zebra 3 printer.