Thermal transfer printers

There are two methods of thermal printing: direct thermal and thermal transfer. Each method uses a thermal print head that brings heat to the labeled surface. Direct thermal printing uses a chemically machined, heat-sensitive medium that blackens as it passes under the thermal print head, while thermal transfer printing uses heated tape to create durable, durable images on a wide range of materials.

Thermal transfer printing provides clear, high-resolution text, graphics and barcode printing, ensuring maximum readability and scannability, ensures long-term image stability. Thermal transfer allows batches or single labels to be printed with virtually no waste, and long-term maintenance costs are low compared to dot matrix, inkjet and laser printing. Thermal transfer technology allows you to print on an almost unlimited range of media (except multi-format). Printers are usually built more durablely than dot matrix or laser printers, allowing them to work reliably in industrial and office applications.

The range of printing materials ranges from heat shrink tubes to cable markers and industrial labels.

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