With the Datamax-O’Neil Workstation printer series, compact thermal printing got a whole lot smaller and smarter.
Not every desk has room for a large-format barcode label printer. But when choosing a desktop barcode printer, users don’t want to sacrifice performance just to get their printing needs met in a smaller package.
High resolution, fonts galore
The Datamax-O’Neil Workstation printer series eliminates the need to choose between a conveniently sized printer and high quality:
- Thanks to a compact design, these thermal printers occupy a footprint of just 6.75 inches by 8.32 inches by 6.02 inches.
- At 300 dpi, the printers provide higher resolution for text, images and barcodes.
- Users can choose from 50 resident scalable fonts, allowing for custom labels to be printed on demand.
- The printers offers the non-proprietary PLC printer language, which ensures easy integration into SAP and other network environments. PLC also allows for an easy transition from proprietary languages or legacy systems while improving the quality of barcodes, text, and graphics.
In addition, maintenance is a breeze, keeping total cost of ownership low:
- Calibration is simple and automatic, freeing users from productivity-killing media setup.
- A wide range of applications automates standard processes and integration, so that users spend less time tinkering and more time working. These include a configuration utility, an upgrade utility tool, a Windows driver, and a translation utility.
- The printers’ designs allow them to be opened with one hand, making it fast and easy to reload labels.
- A double-sided top-of-form sensor lets users choose what sensing method will work best in their individual circumstances.
Embraced by manufacturing, healthcare, and more
A wide range of industries already rely on the Datamax-O’Neil Workstation printer series to handle unlimited tasks:
- Manufacturing firms use the printers for product labels, work in progress, repair tracking, instructions, and agency labels.
- Postal agencies rely on the printers for shipping labels, delivery management, and parcel routing.
- Retail businesses print everything from item labels and shelf tags to return labels, tags, specials, and talkers.
- In the healthcare industry, companies use the printers for asset identification, pharmacy labels, records labeling, specimen tracking, and patient identification wristbands.
Worried about security? The Datamax-O’Neil Workstation printer series offers an optional lock. That way, valuable retail labels, tags, tickets, and pharmaceutical labels can be protected from counterfeiters and thieves.
The printers also feature:
- Maximum print speeds of 4 inches per second
- A self-centering media hanger
- A wide range of print lengths, from 0.25 inches to 99 inches
- Compatibility with a large number of barcode symbologies
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