Direct Thermal Desktop Labels
No ribbons required
Use with Zebra, Eltron, Sato, Datamax and other desktop printers.
Did you know?
Here's the definition of Direct Thermal labels:
Direct thermal is a printing technology method in which the printer utilizes a paper that reacts chemically to heat.
The label rolls are coated with a thermo-sensitive layer that darkens when exposed to intense heat.
Direct thermal printers require no ink or ribbon and are typically used when a bar code label needs to endure for a year or less.
Did you know that Direct Thermal paper is specially coated label material that contains microscopic capsules of ink. The ink capsules burst when exposed to heat.
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