Barcode Printers

Zebra Technologies
Zebra Technologies offers a full line of barcode printers. Rugged, robust, and versatile, the Performance Series, Industrial, and Commercial printers are adaptable for most printing situations.

  • Performance Series - Designed for high speed, non-stop operation
  • Industrial and Commercial - Economical, durable, and productive
  • Desktop - Light and On-Demand Printing

Datamax-Oneil
Datamax printers have proven to be reliable and rugged barcode printers. Current models are configurable and modular in design for specific applications.

  • E-Class - For office, retail, and light industrial use.
  • M-Class - A modular, light industrial / desktop printer.
  • I-Class - Industrial rugged design available with RFID Technology.
  • H-Class - Replaces the I-Class and W-Class with Newer Technology.
  • W-Class - I-Class Design for Wide-web applications.
  • S-Class - For ticketing and admissions applications.

Sato
Sato has developed printers for specific mission critical applications, offering feature rich capabilities in a bullet proof design.

  • CLe Series - High speed, High volume built for today's Windows Environments
  • M84Pro - Versatile and Industrial for High Density printing
  • M5900RVe - Incorporates Legacy Design with enhanced processing

Specialty Printing
We offer Citizen, TSC, Printronix, and Intermec Printers to fill the demand for specialized printing demands. These printers fill the void for niche applications such as custom programming, multipart forms, multiple forms handling, continuous forms laser printing, and integrated on-line barcode verification. Call or check back with us for more links to these printers.



Contact Information

Headquarters Telephone: 513-659-1067
Fax: 781-459-6570
Headquarters Mailing Address: 121 Madison Park, PO Box 23, Batavia, OH 45103-0023
Service E-mail: repair@thunderbirdservice.com
Phoenix Email: az-service@thunderbirdservice.com

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