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thermal printer

n
(Computer Science) computing another name for electrothermal printer

ther′mal print′er



n.
a computer printer that produces output by the selective heating of heat-sensitive paper.
[1980–85]
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Noun1.thermal printer - a printer that produces characters by applying heat to special paper that is sensitive to heat
printing machine, printer - a machine that prints
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Designed chiefly with the food industry in mind, the D43 is a direct thermal printer with a print width of 108mm and 300dpi resolution.
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The Ex2 combines exceptional design and extraordinary value in a compact direct thermal printer.
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The new B-EX4-D2 is a 4" direct thermal printer for industrial operations as well as in supply chain, transportation/logistics and retail industries.
The badge is preassembled and prints quickly and easily from a direct thermal printer.
Choices of print unit for the SATO 900 series include a thermal transfer system with a print resolution of 203dpi with either four or six inch print widths, a 306dpi thermal transfer printer with a four inch print width, and a 203dpi direct thermal printer, also with a four inch print width.
Instruments such as the MedPlus 2400F (MedPlus, Cincinnati, Ohio), a direct thermal printer used in the bar code specimen identification system at Bethesda Hospitals, Cincinnati, were specifically engineered for applications in the clinical laboratory.