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Thermal Transfer Ribbon is essentially a polyester film with various coatings. Heat from the thermal head of the thermal printer is used to transfer the ink layer to the label.
The majority of the time, changeable information is printed using thermal transfer ribbons. Barcodes, batch codes, and expiration dates are three examples of identification-related information that are particularly relevant here.
The Global Thermal Transfer Ribbons market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For its thermal transfer overprinter products from the Videojet DataFlex and 6X00 series, Videojet Technologies Inc. has unveiled a new “Ultra Grade” black ribbon.
Excellent sensitivity and compatibility with a range of substrates, including coated papers, metallic foils, and poly films, are features of the new Ultra Grade ribbon for Videojet TTO devices.
The most recent ribbon in the Videojet line of thermal transfer ribbons is the Ultra Grade black ribbon.
A new series of near-edge thermal transfer ribbons from UK-based Thermal Transfer Solutions (TTS) has been introduced, offering a print that is more durable, faster, darker, and sharper.
The V-series of thermal transfer ink ribbons, which are ideal for printing barcodes on a range of labels and tags, have been introduced by Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd.
New wax thermal-transfer ribbons are released by Weber. Even flood-coated colour labels print effectively using the Go-Mark 100 ribbons, which are compatible with both coated and non-coated label materials.
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