Printing without
  pressure

Stress-free, fast, cost-efficient

Pressure is simply not an issue in thermal-transfer printing, either the literal or figurative sense. That's because images are transferred using heat. Thermal-transfer printing also relieves the time pressure on your activities. Since no stamps need to be prepared, labelling can easily be changed during production processes, yielding a nice side benefit - your fixed costs stay low.


Grey is beautiful!

Fine-tuning for corporate colors

Fifty shades of gray? color your brand® from KURZ does more.


We develop thermal-transfer color ribbons in your precise corporate color – down to the finest nuance.
Turn your labels and barcodes into brand ambassadors by printing them in your corporate color.


Sharp enough for you?

Clarity as an advantage

Barcode scanners need clear signals.
The sharper a barcode is printed, the better.


Whether at the supermarket checkout, in the warehouse or during package delivery,
unreadable barcodes cause a lot of headaches.
If you love sharp-edged results, choose thermal-transfer printing
to make sure your goods are securely and properly identified.


Rocker or Banker?

Savvy printing

What might become of these two lady-killers is anyone's guess.
However, what is known is that little Tommy measures 19 inches and weighs over 8 pounds, while brother
Timmy is almost an inch longer and an ounce and a half heavier.
This information and more is stored in the patient wristband attached to babies' arms in newborn nursery wards.


And since the wristbands have been printed with thermal-transfer ink ribbon, they are
non-toxic and might even serve as a pacifier substitute used instead of a dummy.


Not just lip service.

Traceability trumps

Consumers are a curious bunch.

They want to know where their strawberries, asparagus and such originated.

That's why clever food producers send their produce on its way with an "ID",

a label with everything of interest to customers: address, harvest date,

type of fruit, and perhaps even the packer's name.

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