Thermal Products


We offer a complete range of hardware, mid-ware, software, consumables and after-sales service; everything you will need for your thermal printing needs. Top names in thermal equipment, i.e. Thermal Printers, user-friendly software for barcodes, leading brands of Thermal Ribbons and

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IIMAK Ribbons


  General Purpose Wax Ribbons   Benefits: Deep, dark bar codes, text and graphics Easy to use, no printer adjustment needed Unbeatable performance at high speeds Prints on a wide range of stocks Good durability Anti-static- ideal for RFID Unique

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Datamax Printers


  The Datamax E-Class Family is designed to be the printer of choice when value, performance and features are the primary printer requirements. The E-Class Family consists of the E-4204 and E-4304 printers.  E-Class printers are capable of printing a

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Liner Backing. Liner lining.  The portion of the label that receives the release coating.  Prior to application, it protects the adhesive and provides support for the facestock during the die cutting operation and allows the label to be transported to

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Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA, self adhesive, self stick adhesive) is adhesive which forms a bond when pressure is applied to marry the adhesive with the adherent. No solvent, water, or heat is needed to activate the adhesive.As

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The “label stock” is the carrier which is commonly coated on one side with adhesive and usually printed on the other side. Label stocks can be a wide variety of papers, films, fabric, foils, etc. Common types of facestock: Puffy

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Labels 101


A pressure sensitive label is constructed of three basic elements: Facestock, Adhesive & Liner. All three should be considered when choosing a label for your application. Some applications can also call for a topcoat/laminate or an RFID Inlay    

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History of RFID

In 1946 Léon Theremin invented an espionage tool for the Soviet Union which retransmitted incident radio waves with audio information. Sound waves vibrated a diaphragm which slightly altered the shape of the resonator, which modulated the reflected radio frequency. Even

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