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This month's Label-Talk highlights our new printer program. We also discuss how to choose a thermal printer. Don't forget to contact rfq@idimages.com for custom quote requests.

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New Printer Program


Printer ProgramI.D. Images now offers thermal printers in addition to our label media. Rather than simply providing the printers, we have created a full printer program.

Our program is based around a wide range of printers ranging from industrial to desktop and mobile. To help educate you and your customers, we offer private branded sell sheets and comparison sheets for each model.

We have limited warranties on all printers and printheads, up to two years on most printers and 1MM inches on most printheads. In addition we offer a dedicated support line to assist in setup and troubleshooting for our printers that can be reached at 330.558.8058 Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.

Extra services such as label design, printer training, and printer demos can be provided on request. Contact us for more information on our printer program at 866.516.7300. 



How To Choose a Thermal Printer


deciding on printerThere are several considerations to make when choosing a thermal printer. One must take into consideration all aspects of the future applications in order to find the correct printer.

There are three main categories for printers - industrial, desktop, and mobile. Industrial printers are intended for long runs and constant use. They are built to withstand full time printing, and can be used for sequential barcoding and other industrial duty printing applications. Desktop printers are intended for regular but not constant use and are a good option for shipping labeling, point of sale, and product marking. They can withstand on-demand printing. Mobile printers are designed for mobile applications such as inventory, warehousing, and mobile point of sale.

There are models within each of the three categories with differing printhead resolutions, print speeds, printing methods and printing widths. Each of these variations suit different applications. As an example, high print speeds may be required for industrial one dimensional barcode printing, while high resolution and a slower print speed may be needed for two dimensional barcodes.

Contact I.D. Images at 866.516.7300 for assistance in choosing the proper printer for your requirements. Additional information on our printers is available
on our website, and printers can also be purchased through our online store.


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Trends & Industry News


6 things customers should be saying about your business 

If customers aren't saying these things about your company, it could be a sign you're about to lose them...

Source: Sales & Marketing Business Brief


'Natural' label could be bait-and-switch tactic 

No government agency, certification group or other entity defines the term "natural" on food labels, a U.S. watchdog group says...

Source: Packaging Digest





We offer free product samples on all of our stock products.  We recommend product testing to determine product suitability for any given application.  Call us today at 866.516.7300 for your next label opportunity.