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thermal printer

[′thər·məl ′print·ər]
(graphic arts)
A nonimpact printer in which characters are formed by heating selected elements of a 5 × 7 or 7 × 9 dot matrix that is in contact with heat-sensitive paper.
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Tender notice number : THERMAL PRINTER SHRIMADHOPUR ID:2017_DAMJP_61142_1
The TD 4 Desktop Thermal Printer portfolio includes industry-leading performance and connectivity along with seamless workflow integration delivered at a price point that is unmatched in the industry.
Summary: Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jun 14 (ANI): Challan services using thermal printers have started here from Friday.
Printers that produce image by heating, either through some thermochromic paper or substrate such as ribbon made up of plastic are referred to as the thermal printers. The process takes place in such a way that substrate is passed over the print head, the print head heats up the substrate coating turning it black, and produces image.
Built with a choice of 30- or 48-inch tabletop, the PC Series Mobile Powered Cart has on-board power to run a computer, LCD, industrial thermal printer and laser printer simultaneously.
For efficient shipping and receiving, inventory management or quality testing, the PC Series Mobile Powered Cart has on-board power to run a computer, display, industrial thermal printer and laser printer simultaneously.
Summary: Hewlett-Packard HP-85 is an all-in-one portable computer system with a built-in keyboard, 5-inch screen, thermal printer, tape storage unit, and the BASIC programming language.
Fujitsu Components America (Sunnyvale, CA) has announced one of its smallest 24 V thermal printer mechanism series, the FTP-6xGMCL series.
Growth of the global thermal printing market is primarily driven by an expanding retail industry, increasing disposable income, rising global population, rapid industrialisation of emerging markets, strong distribution network of thermal printer manufacturers and increasing environmental and social awareness.
With the addition of General Scanning printer technologies, JADAK now develops and sells real-time chart recorder and thermal printer technology for time-based data logging.
Designed chiefly with the food industry in mind, the D43 is a direct thermal printer with a print width of 108mm and 300dpi resolution.
Florida, June 3 -- Datamax-O'Neil, a global provider of label and receipt printing solutions, has acquired the thermal printer assets of Source Technologies, a leading provider in specialized printing solutions based in Charlotte, North Carolina.