TOSHIBA TEC intros ‘Two-Sided Label Printer’

TOSHIBA TEC intros 'Two-Sided Label Printer'

TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION has launched the DB-EA4D, a two-sided direct thermal label printer. The DB-EA4D can print directly onto a label’s backing paper, thus increasing usability without effecting functionality. It is said to be an ideal for applications requiring dual output, providing an efficient alternative to single sided solutions – perfect for the transport and logistics industry.

Compact and solid, the DB-EA4D’s small footprint is said to be the perfect solution for the tightest of spaces. Printing using two thermal heads to simultaneously print on the front and back of direct thermal labels, this high performing printer can reach speeds of up to 6ips in a single pass eliminating waste and reducing labelling errors. Offering customers a low cost of ownership, TOSHIBA’s DB-EA4D saves organisations money by using fewer consumables in the print process, and thus reduces storage space and shipping costs. Easy to operate, the intuitive LCD backlit menu is supported by colour LED notification lights with a universal design. The DB-EA4D comes with BarTender as standard and with the added option to download enhanced software; customers can design bespoke labels to meet their specific business needs. Optional extras include a paper roll holder that gives the printer greater flexibility.

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