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Thermal transfer printers for industrial applications

By Chemical Engineering |

Phoenix Contact

The new generation of thermal transfer printers (photo) produce high-quality industrial identification markings quickly and reliably. The printer systems have an integrated color touch display that guides users through the menu intuitively and conveniently using clear symbols. The Thermomark Card 2.0 prints marking materials in card and sheet format. The Thermomark Roll 2.0 is a versatile, efficient roll printer for a wide range of marking materials in roll and endless format. Thermal transfer-printing technology provides maintenance-free operation. Automatic material detection ensures optimal printer settings and prevents printing errors. The Thermomark Card 2.0 prints markers in card format in just 8 s, and has a print resolution of 300 dots per inch (dpi). The Thermomark Roll 2.0 also processes materials for marking terminals, conductors, cables, devices, and systems, with a print resolution of 300 dpi at a maximum print width of 105 mm and length of 1,000 mm. — Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg, Germany

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