Star specialises in reliable 40 column matrix and thermal label printers and has developed a number of printers for various applications including product, stock and shelf labelling for large retail outlets as well as promotional product discount coupons ideal for smaller retailers.
Star is able to offer the following high quality printer solutions:
TSP400Z high quality thermal barcode / label / ticket printers capable of printing on 60 – 80mm (adjustable) labels with high quality graphics at 80 mm per second. The printers include both black mark and transmissive sensors and can print on a paper thickness up to 0.15mm.
TSP800 and TSP700 high quality thermal receipt, barcode / label and ticket printers are able to print barcodes and high quality graphics at speeds of up to 180 mm per second (TSP700) with the advantage of Easy-Load, “Drop-In & Print” paper loading.
The TUP452Z (thermal kiosk printer with autocutter) has a black mark sensor and can print on a paper thickness of 0.08mm.
The SCP700 high performance two-station hybrid printer combining thermal receipt and impact slip technologies, can now produce thermal labels on demand with a unique validation feature. These new developments make it the ideal solution for bottle labelling and prescription verification in pharmacies or indeed warranty product identification / tracking in technical departments with or without barcode requirements.
Star also manufactures low cost Matrix Solutions for small batch runs with the choice of mono, purple or red / black output.
Very Reliable, wide format (115mm / 4.5″) sprocket label printer.
The TSP400Z Series and TUP400Z Series (Kiosk) are ideal ticket printers for cinemas, theatres & museums and are capable of printing at a fast 80 mm per second on pre-printed stationery up to 0.15 mm thick.
TSP700 and TSP800 thermal printers are capable of printing high quality graphics and logos on to ticket stock of up to 150 gsm at speeds of up to 180 mm per second (TSP700). Raster Drivers are available for both printers which speed up the printing of processor intensive images.