Description of Resin Thermal Transfer
Resin thermal transfer ribbons are designed for usage in applications with very high requirements. Images printed with resin ribbon have excellent resistance against mechanical abrasion, solvents, chemicals and high temperature exposures, stream, machine oil, petrol, discoloring agents and sulphur acid. Depending on their purpose and printout properties required, resin thermal transfer ribbons are made by two, three, or more ink layers, as each layer assures distinct quality of the ribbon.
Application of Resin Ribbon
Resin thermal transfer ribbons are suitable for printing on labels made from polyethylene, polypropylene, polyester, vinyl, taffeta, satin and other synthetic materials. They find application in electronics, electrical engineering, heavy industry, textile industry, automobile industry, nursery centers, jewelry and other spheres where high resistance of label to different impacts is required.
Images of Resin Thermal Transfer
Thermal Transfer Printing Produces High-Quality Barcode Labels That Last
Thermal transfer printing is one of the most widely used print technologies for dedicated barcode systems. Ideal for a variety of applications, thermal transfer printers use a heated print head and a thin ribbon to create high-quality, long-lasting barcode labels.
How does thermal transfer printing work?
Barcode ribbons have a wax, resin, or a wax/resin coating on one side. When a thermal transfer label or tag passes through a thermal transfer barcode printer, heat from the print head melts the wax or resin.
This process transfers ink to the label. The result is crisp, high-definition images of the highest quality.
Benefits of thermal transfer printing
Thermal transfer has several advantages, including:
Superior print quality
● Accurate high-definition text, graphics, and barcodes
● Archival-quality labels
● Consistent, reliable images on every label
● Nearly unlimited variety of paper, polyester, and polypropylene media available
Maximum scanner readability and scannability
● Tough, long-lasting labels
● Excellent edge definition
● Resistant to heat and moisture
● Images won’t rub off
● Both 1D and 2D barcodes
Low operational costs
● Virtually no waste due to batch or single-label print options
● Print heads last longer
● Printers typically more durable
● Minimal long-term maintenance expenses
Ideal applications for thermal transfer printing
Because of their durability and quality, thermal transfer labels are used for a variety of applications, including:
● Product identification
● Asset tagging
● Inventory identification
● Laboratory specimens
● Cold storage and freezers
● Outdoor applications
● Circuit board tracking
● Permanent identification
● Sample and file tracking
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