Does your business need to print receipts, wristbands, or tickets? Printers designed specifically for these applications offer an efficient way to produce barcodes for a specific use case.
Ticket printers – Tickets are typically printed on a continuous sheet of perforated cardstock with either notches or blackmark stripes between each ticket. Ticket printers use the notch or stripe as a sensing mark to determine top of form for accurate printing of each individual ticket.
Receipt printers – Ideal for direct store delivery (DSD), mobile receipt printers allow field service or delivery personnel to print receipts and invoices on the go. Also available in a stationary clamshell receipt printer option, receipt printers typically only print receipts, and not labels.
Mobile printers – In warehouse environments, mobile printers can be used to reprint and replace damaged labels. Mobile printers also offer a wireless, efficient way to relabel items that have been upgraded or refurbished. Typically, mobile printers are used to print small quantities of labels and very few devices print both labels and receipts.
Wristband printers – To track people or patients, a wristband printer is an efficient way to print individual barcodes. For hospitals and healthcare environments, wristbands and printers are available with an antimicrobial casing.
Desktop printers – A desktop barcode and label printer is ideal for offices and retail environments that require high-quality printing at low-to-medium print volumes.
Industrial barcode printers – A good option for high-volume printing, industrial barcode label printers offer a durable design for demanding applications such as asset management, shipping and receiving, manufacturing and more.