There are a few different types of labels that Amazon provides for sellers. Please see information about each below:

  1. Amazon Customer Orders – These are orders to fulfill customer orders. You may simply leave the layout as “default” and this will produce a label in 4×6 size in the proper format for Jadens and other thermal printers
  2. Amazon ASIN product labels – These are the labels to place on products before sending them to Amazon. (Please refer to the following article:  Printing FBA Product ASIN labels.)

      3. Printing FBA Product ASIN labels.

          There are two ways to print your ASIN tags, including the way provided by Amazon.

  • The First Way: Amazon Scan & Label

    1. In your Amazon Seller Central account, please click on Inventory -> Manage FBA Shipments.
    2. At the top of the page, click on Scan & Label.
    3. Click on Printer Settings, enter your label dimensions, and click on Save. (Tip: If your label size is smaller than the minimums required by Amazon, just scale both Width and Height together. For example, if your label is 20mm x 20mm, you can enter 40mm x 40mm.)
    4. Enter your UPC / Merchant SKU and press enter.
    5. On the right-hand side, you will see Print Label and Download label. Choose one and print the file to Jadens printer name. Please ensure the paper size is correctly selected and that the preview looks correct. 
  • The Second Way: Adobe Acrobat Reader 

  1. If you do not yet have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed, please download and install it from
  2. During FBA shipment process, choose the label size that correspondence closest to your label. We are not concerned about the number of labels but rather the size (i.e. 63.5mm x 38.1mm or 1″ x 2-5/8″). Then click on “Print Labels for this Page”.
  3. Open the downloaded file in Adobe Acrobat Reader (ATTENTION: NOT Adobe Reader).
  4. Go to Edit -> Take a Snapshot.
  5. Click and drag over one of your labels.
  6. Click File -> Print. Ensure preview looks good and click Print.
  7. After it’s done, click OK. The printer is now shared with the other computers on your network, regardless of the operating systems that they are using.