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imprinter

[im′print·ər]
(graphic arts)
Any device for entering markings onto a form, including, but not limited to, printing presses, typewriters, pressure imprinting devices such as those used with credit cards and address plates, pencils, pens, cash registers, adding machines, and bookkeeping machines.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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If you've collected credit card information--via an imprinter or through mailed-in donation-via-credit-card forms--one of the most straightforward ways (although likely not the cheapest way) to process the charges is to ask your bank to do it.
If the attendant and his card imprinter were otherwise occupied, you would wait until he could get to you.
Dalemark has upgraded its Model 975-F Flat Carton Imprinter. The Model 975-F is an advanced coding and dating system designed for knocked down chipboard carton imprinting applications on stock thicknesses from 0.030" to 0.156" and on flat dimensions from 1-1/2" W x 3-7/8" L up to 7" W x 13-1/2" L.
ticket imprinter A machine that is used to validate manual ARC ticket documents and designed to make clear impressions, precisely placed in appropriate sections of the ticket.
An optional imprinter for full-color, on-the-fly plate changes will support split editions and product targeting.
The imprinter is similar to a machine that was used for imprinting credit card charges (before slide across scanners were introduced).
In addition, the issuer generally requires that you pay a sign-up fee, rental fee (for things such as an imprinter), and a discount fee for each transaction.
And not all the air-conditioning in the world could quell the heat of the astonishing duel that developed over the penultimate lot in the catalogue by that ageing imprinter of brilliance Mr Prospector out of the devilishly fast Angel Fever.
It then passes under an imprinter that applies the appropriate postage.
Imprinter seeding has already restored perennial grasses on 20,000 hectares of degraded land in the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona and is currently being used to restore native vegetation at several degraded land sites in the Mojave Desert of southern California where annual precipitation is only about one-half that of the Sonoran Desert (Dixon and Carr 1994c).
These enhancements - in optional imprinter, ACE Plus (the latest in Adaptive Contrast Enhancement technology), and green and blue color dropout - are designed to give end user greater flexibility and increased productivity, and to make the Copiscan II ideal for any high-volume scanning operation.
Manufactured by Imprint Plus of Canada, The Imprinter + can produce more than 100 personalized name tags-in an hour, from any location and at a fraction of the cost of other labeling and engraving systems - with a personal computer and exclusive software program.