Raise the curtain
on your product!

thermal-transfer foil

If it can be read, it will be bought

Allergy sufferers and thrifty shoppers are inquisitive. They want to know if a candy chocolate bar really is gluten-free or if a flat-screen monitor costs less elsewhere.
And thanks to the barcode app they can check this at any time - provided the product barcode can be read.


Unfortunately, that's often not the case, with the result that the chocolate candy bar and flat-screen monitor don't make it into the shopping cart. Too bad! With a good thermal-transfer foil, that wouldn't have happened.



What a hit!

Perfect print for high resolution

When the camera zooms in on a player at the Super Bowl, the helmet's got to be just right.
Or more precisely, its lettering has to be perfect.


High-definition TV will highlight any blurring, every scratch,
and any imprecision in team or sponsor colors without mercy.
Thermal-transfer printing creates helmet emblems in rich colors that stand up to rough contact and can quickly be substituted in the middle of the game.


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.



Let the paparazzi
come!

Perfect print for high resolution

Pit stop at the race track. The camera zooms in on driver and technicians.

This is the moment the helmet's got to look just right, or more precisely, its emblem.

High-definition TV shines a harsh light on blurs and scratches in the team logo, and on

any imprecision in sponsor color.

 

Thermal-transfer printing produces helmet and car decals in rich colors - and they can

be replaced at lightning speed when a wild race leaves its mark.


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.

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