Printers and Scales
Trouble Shooting Printer and Scale Server
Troubleshooting the Print and Scale Server
Changing the Print and Scale Services' User
Getting the Local Windows User's Name
Zebra Printer Margin Troubleshooting
Installing the Printer and Scale Client
Printer - Additional Arguments
Order Processing Loop
Ready to Ship
"Unable to Process" Order status
Custom Fields for Orders
External Shipping Methods
Tracking Numbers for Offline Shipments
Other Shipping Options
Packing Slip Design
Service Levels and Target Ship Dates
Outbound SSCC Barcodes
Deliveries (ASNs, RMAs, etc.)
Double-Scan to Begin Count
Auto-Advance to Put-Away After Processing ASN
Bill of Materials/Work Orders
Bill of Materials
Bill of Materials — Quantity-types
Import Bill of Materials
Time Tracking for Administrators
Time Tracking for Staff
Import Locations, Lots and Inventory
Merchants and Brands
Third Party Billing
Login via Badge
API Users and Roles
External Shipping Method API
ShipStream Plugin Fostering Program
Amazon Merchant Fulfillment
Before Create Order Scripts
Preprocess Packing Solution Scripts
Ready to Ship Time Scripts
Picking Class Shipment Matching Scripts
How-To: FedEx Production Key Certification
How-To: Brand-Specific Shipping Account
Pattern and Replacement RegEx
ISO Alpha-2 Country Codes
Table of Contents
Updated by Colin
ShipStream's Packing Solutions providers use "Infill" to account for the space you may want to leave inside a container to protect the contents, such as air pillows, packing peanuts, crumpled paper, etc.
In this example you can see that the container has 0.25" of space between the product and the insides of the container and 0.5" of space above and below the products.
If you want to account for Infill in your Packing Solutions, start by creating an "Infill" type Packaging Feature. You can create as many Infill variants as you need.
When multiple items on the same order resolve to different Infills they will be sorted by the Infill Priority and the one with the Lowest number will be chosen.
You can set a Default Infill in the System > Configuration > General > Packing Solutions > Infill section.
This will determine the default Infill that will apply to all products. You can set different values at the Merchant scope to have different defaults for different merchants.
The default value may be overridden at the product level as described below or also via a Preprocess Packing Solution Script.
The "Requires Infill" product attribute allows you to override the default with values "None" to disable Infill for that product or any of the available Infills that exist in the current scope.