Sample Barcode Label Printers:

printable-version

(Barcode Printers that are compatible with our LabelRunner Application)

The most common barcode printers employ one of two different printing technologies:

1) Direct thermal printers use a printhead to generate heat that causes a chemical reaction in specially designed paper that turns the paper black. Direct thermal printers are generally less expensive, but they produce labels that can become illegible if exposed to heat, direct sunlight, or chemical vapors.
2) Thermal transfer printers also use heat, but instead of reacting the paper, the heat melts a waxy or resin substance on a ribbon that runs over the label or tag material. The heat transfers ink from the ribbon to the paper.

Desktop Printers:

For retail and office environments, desktop barcode printers are most common.

Industrial Printers:

Industrial barcode printers are used in large warehouses and manufacturing facilities. They have large paper capacities, operate faster and have a longer service life.

Ribbon and Labelrolle:


You can now also order printers, labels, scanners and other consumables for
your logistics company via our website

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