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Published July 10, 2012
Tharo Systems’ PA1200DT Dual Tamp Label Printer/Applicator can print and apply labels to two adjacent carton/product surfaces: front and side, front and top, or a simple front apply. The PA1200DT was designed, engineered and built by Tharo Syst… Read More »
Published April 19, 2012
Tharo Systems Inc., the author of EASYLABEL software for product identification, bar code and RFID labeling, has a Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS)-based printer driver to add printing support for the Tharo H-427, H-436, H-626E and the H-634E therm… Read More »
By Lauren, Customer Sales Representative
Label Applicators
Published March 15, 2010
Manufacturers of label application equipment provide brand owners and converters with machinery built for speed and efficiency. Read More »
Published September 3, 2008
The new Tharo Systems H-400/H-600 Series thermal transfer product identification and bar code label printers, available in 203 or 300 DPI, feature a durable all metal construction with a cast aluminum center wall for added strength. The large media w… Read More »
Published November 19, 2007
Thermal transfer printers Tharo Systems Brunswick OH USA The new Tharo Systems H-400/H-600 Series thermal transfer product identification and bar code label printers, available in 203 or 300 dpi, feature a durable all metal construction with a cas… Read More »
Tharo has introduced the Tharo PA2000 Specialty Tamp Label Printer/Applicator, what the company describes as a cost-effective accessory for the Tharo H-400 Series of thermal/thermal transfer bar code label printers. The PA2000 Specialty Tamp features… Read More »
Tharo’s new H-600 Series, 6-inch wide, thermal transfer bar code label printers have a suggested list price of $2,245 for 203 dpi and $2,445 for 300 dpi, and feature a durable all metal construction with a cast aluminum center wall for added st… Read More »
RFID
By Michelle Sartor
Published March 3, 2006
Analysts expect RFID to continue to evolve and increase in use, which has many converters wondering to what extent, if any, they should get involved. Read More »
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