Label printers that have been specifically designed for label printing tend to be of the 'thermal transfer' or 'direct thermal' variety. Other types of printers such as laser and inkjet will of course print labels, but were primarily designed for printing non-adhesive single sheet papers and can suffer over time with adhesive build up in the rollers, especially where large volumes of labels are being run.There are various models of laser printers within each brand and these models generally fall into one of three categories.1) Desktop printers for low volume label printing often in an office or light industrial environment2) Medium range label printers which are larger, faster and sometimes metal cased as they tend to be used in the harsher environments of factories and warehouses.3) High volume/ Industrial type label printers for larger volumes of labels at higher print speeds. They also allow a much wider label (typically up to 6 inches wide)QdexTECH, our printer site, offers a full range of thermal label printers together with the software and ribbons that run on them. We would encourage you to phone and discuss your requirement in order that we can offer the most appropriate printer for your needs.
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