Keeping your operations running smoothly and efficiently is your top priority. You rely on printers and tools that are dependable, durable, easy to use and don’t require much space. Indian Life Line desktop printers are compact, simple to operate, reliable and cost-effective. And, they leverage our long history of innovation and industry-leading capabilities.
Indian Life Line’s industrial printers meet your needs to help you do more with less. And, they easily integrate into your existing enterprise and keep pace with your evolving business challenges. See your entire supply chain in real-time, increase efficiencies and leverage Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to gain a competitive advantage. Ideal for a wide variety of high- to mid-volume industrial applications in manufacturing, transportation and logistics, government, retail and healthcare.
Card printers print secure ids, gift cards, financial cards and personnel badges and more. Personnel tracking is easy with single-sided or double-sided plastic card printing.
Indin Life Line mobile printers provide portable printing for all your barcode needs. Price labeling, warehouse management and retail are just a small sample of applications.
An RFID printer is a printer specifically designed to write data to RFID chips embedded in smart labels. The printer contains an RF encoder, which transmits the data to the chip and encodes it. The printer then checks the data to ensure it has encoded correctly. RFID printers also print the label itself, adding a barcode, graphics or any other information desired to the label itself.
Thermal Receipt Printers
There are two primary types of thermal receipt printers – direct and transfer. Direct printers use heat against a special paper to burn the image. Transfer printers use a ribbon containing wax, a wax-resin or pure resin to do the transfer. Thermal printers are very fast and quiet. Direct printers are very economical since there are no ink cartridges involved and low maintenance as only the thermal paper has to be replaced when it runs out, which is a simple task. The thermal paper is more expensive than regular paper but much cheaper than the inkjet model of printing.