We at Printlabel have a very large network and therefore we have a very wide range of label printers, including in the brands Sato, Honeywell, Argox, Zebra en Toshiba. Need a specific printer? Get in touch with our sales department and experience why our customers are so satisfied. Service and quality delivery are our top priority.
We supply printers from the following brands:
We provide transfer ribbons that are suitable for the following brands:
• Avery Dennison
A label printer is usable for many applications and to deploy in many markets. Below are the printer brands with the specific types we offer. The brands are often divided into various applications within a certain industry, namely Technical, industrial, pharmaceutical, mobile and office. Do you have questions about a particular type of label printer, or are you looking for a tailor-made solution? Please contact our Sales department.
Thermal printing (or direct thermal printing) is a digital printing process that produces a printed image by selectively coated thermochromic paper, or thermal paper as it is commonly known, to heat when the paper is over the thermal printhead Goes. The coating is black in the areas where it is heated, creating an image.  Two-tone direct thermal printers can print both black and an extra color (often red) by applying heat at two different temperatures
We do not carry any prices outside the next shop. Because of the many different printer heads it could be confusing for the customer too. So we ask you to call or mail directly. You can assume that we can always help you.
Friction Stir welding, a new type of welding, was discovered in 1991 by The Welding Institute (TWI). The innovative Steady state (non-fusion) welding technique joins materials previously un-weldable, including several aluminum alloys. It plays an important role in the future construction of airplanes, potentially replacing rivets. Current uses of this technology to date include welding the seams of the aluminum main Space Shuttle external tank, Orion Crew Vehicle test article, Boeing Delta II and Delta IV Expendable Launch Vehicles.