Industrial printers are designed for high volume printing in harsh, demanding environments.
These rugged printers output quality barcodes, text and graphics on labels and tags at high speeds in 24/7 mission-critical operations. Common applications include item labeling, package labeling, shipping and compliance labeling. Some offer RFID encoding options for smart label encoding.
Whether you are adopting barcoding for the first time, upgrading your printers or replacing printer models, ID Technology will help you choose the right printer or printing system for your most challenging applications. Choose from a wide selection of printers from Zebra, Datamax-O’Neil, Sato with connectivity features for seamless integration into existing operations.Request more info about this product
Thermal transfer print technology is designed for producing labels for long lasting applications.
Thermal transfer printing uses a high-heat printhead and a ribbon to transfer the image to the labeling material to create a crisp, quality barcode, image, or text. This method works with some of the most durable labeling materials such as polyester and polypropylene.
The correct ribbon and label combination provide resistance against abrasion, long life cycle use, temperature extremes and chemical damage.
With more choices of durable label materials, thermal printers are ideal for product labeling, inventory and asset tracking, and outdoor applications.
Direct thermal print technology can be used for short shelf like labels which are not exposed to extreme light or heat.
This method uses a heated printhead and heat sensitive paper with a coating that turns black to produce an image in the areas where it is heated.