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SATO Introduces CL6NX Next-genertion 6-inch Industrial Thermal Label Printer

Posted April 7, 2015

SATO CL6NXSATO announced today the launch of the new CL6NX, a 6-inch industrial thermal label printer designed for intuitive operation, easy integration and industrial strength durability. The CL6NX is ideal for manufacturing, warehousing, supply chain logistics, healthcare, retail, and is easily configurable and scalable for global deployments.

The NX Series represents SATO’s next generation of thermal printers with advanced support for barcode symbologies, character sets and communication interfaces. A product of SATO’s global research and development network, the NX Series incorporates value-added features in a world-class design to deliver a printing solution that goes beyond expectations.

“The CL6NX builds on the success of the CL4NX, which was a game-changer for both SATO and the industry. The NX Series’ advanced technology and innovative features redefine the standard for the next generation of industrial printers,” said Noriyasu Yamada, Chief Product Planning Officer at SATO. “Through the expansion of the NX Series, we are able to offer an even greater level of flexibility to our customers, minimize their total cost of ownership and boost efficiency to give them a competitive edge.”

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Standardized Media on the Intermec PM23c

Posted October 29, 2013

Printer media can often be an overlooked part of any printing application which can lead to some inefficiencies and added costs. Many businesses use both desktop and industrial printers or end up migrating from one to the other as their printing needs increase. Both types of printers use different label rolls which normally are not cross compatible. This is where the media flexibility of the Intermec PM23c can make ordering media and migrating to a higher duty cycle printer easier. With the ability to accept multiple roll core sizes and types, it’s one printer that you can grow with and ensure any label roll you use will work.


Zebra’s Desktop Printers Are Now All Energy Star Certified

Posted July 16, 2013

2013-07-16_1113Zebra has been working with third-party laboratories certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to earn ENERGY STAR certification for all of its desktop printers. ENERGY STAR certification is awarded to printers that meet the Energy Consumption criteria specified by the EPA. This translates into approximately 10 percent less power consumption than a standard product and provides true cost savings for the end user. ENERGY STAR certification also means that Zebra printers are better for the environment. Every Zebra Desktop printer shipped is ENERGY STAR certified, and a large number of Zebra’s industrial, card and kiosk printers as well as the chargers used with our mobile printers are also certified.

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Go Zebra Gets Even Better with Service Agreement Bonus

Posted April 12, 2013

You already know the benefits of upgrading to Zebra’s latest technology through GO Zebra, but now the benefits are even better!

Beginning  in April, GO Zebra will include a service agreement bonus. When you add a 3-year ZebraCare service agreement to your tabletop or mobile printer purchase, you’ll receive an additional rebate—$25 for mobile printers and $50 for tabletop printers.

This service agreement bonus applies to purchases made between April 1, 2013, and December 31, 2013. Details will be available on the GO Zebra page of the Zebra Information Network (IN) beginning April 1.

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Get To Know The New Zebra GC420

Posted November 27, 2012

Zebra GC420 Series Barcode PrinterZebra has been a leader in small desktop label printers with its long standing LP and TLP series printers. While this series has been the go to printer for many businesses, all good things come to an end as these models were discontinued this year. However, Zebra has followed-up with a new line to fit the same needs with the GC420.

With any update in a product line though, there are always some questions as to the compatibility of using the newer model in place of the older series.  The following FAQ is a great guide into how the GC420 can be the right fit for an aging LP or TLP series printer.

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Buying a Barcode Printer : 4 Questions Before You Buy

Posted October 12, 2012

Compared to a laser or inkjet printer, thermal based barcode label printers are a much more economical option to create high quality labels and tags. These printers can create single labels instead of on whole sheets that are not really suitable for on-demand printing . In the long run, thermal barcode printers require less maintenance, have less expensive media, and print faster while maintaining excellent print quality.

Finding the right printer for your needs, however, can be challenge with all the available models and options.

The next 4 questions will help make the decision process easier and get you closer to best printer for your needs.

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Are Zebra Printers Used In Your Life?

Posted August 1, 2012

Zebra printers are some of the most popular and commonly used printers today.  You can find Zebra printers in retail, manufacturing, hospitality, government, healthcare,  and educational environments being used for a variety of  printing applications.  From wristbands to labels and even ID cards, no matter the environment, there is a Zebra printer to meet the needs of every application.


CognitiveTPG’s ‘Wanted Alive’ Summer Promotion

Posted June 20, 2012

Celebrating the coming summer months, CognitiveTPG announced a promotion to entice its current, former, and possible future customers.

The promotion is a video contest calling for loyal Blaster and Advantage LX owners to show off their old dependable printer. “We are calling the promotion Wanted Alive’ and challenging current and former customers to show us the oldest operational unit in the field. We know what true workhorses these printers are and we know there are still many 10-plus year old printers in the field today, working,” said Angela Mansfield-Swanson, CognitiveTPG’s Marketing Director. The customer with the oldest operational unit will win a $500 Visa gift card.

This promotion will run from June 1st through August 31, 2012.


Zebra’s New Mid-Range Printer – the ZT200

Posted May 30, 2012

The new ZT200 series printers are the culmination of Zebra industry expertise, voice of customer feedback and innovative engineering. Incorporating Zebra’s new global design gives the ZT200 a sleek, contemporary look, improved user interface and a space-saving design. What’s under the hood is equally exciting since the series is engineered for effortless setup, intuitive user operation, and ease of service and maintenance for long-lasting performance. Superior print quality is achieved via the new print mechanism design and precision adjustment controls that accommodate a variety of media.

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Not Barcodes or RFID, but Both

Posted May 23, 2012

Leveraging Printer Infrastructure to Reap the Benefits of Converging Technologies

Technology has an inexorable momentum, but one that proceeds at a pace determined by utility. Such is the case with barcodes and radio-frequency identification (RFID).

“When technology rolls over you, if you’re not part of the steamroller, you’re part of the road,” said the American writer and editor Stewart Brand. When Wal-Mart issued its famous RFID mandate in 2003, many manufacturers thought they were being steamrolled; pundits saw the mandate as the death knell of barcode technology. Neither the fear nor the forecast has proved accurate.

First, the mandate did not result in a rapid torrent of RFID adoption. Deadlines associated with the mandate have been extended several times because many vendors faced significant difficulties implementing RFID systems, including the relative cost of implementation. The Wall Street Journal published an article stating that the RFID plan set forth by Wal-Mart was “showing signs of fizzling” due to a lack of progress by their executives to introduce the technology to its stores and to the lack of incentives for suppliers.No one was being steamrolled.

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