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Performance Thermal Printer
These printers are the gold standard for receipt printing and are the models seen most often in high volume and high stakes environments. From mult-lane department stores to large, fine dining restaurants, a good receipt printer will keep you up and running for countless years. Thermal printers use heat to activate a chemical in special receipt paper to print text and images, eliminating the need for ink, toner, or other additional consumables.
|Epson TM-T88V||Industry standard receipt printer|
|POS-X EVO HiSpeed||Quick and affordable printing|
|Seiko Qaliber RP-E||Small footprint, unique look|
Economy Thermal Printer
Sacrificing some performance to improve affordability, economy thermal printers are a solid option for most small to medium volume retailers or restaurant, such as gift shops or clothing boutiques. While they might not be the fastest on the market, or built to handle spills and excessive use, they are still reliable and ideal for retailers who may print 100 receipts a day instead of 10,000.
|Epson TM-T20II||Nimble, Energy Star Compliant|
|Star Micronics TSP100||Stable and reliable|
|POS-X ION Thermal||Affordable, front feeding|
Impact printers use a small dot matrix hammer to transfer ink from a ribbon onto paper. These receipts won't fade or smudge in hot or humid environments, so they are great for kitchens, bars, or dry cleaners; pretty much anywhere you might need robust receipts. Many of these printers support two-color printing, a fantastic option when printing additional info, such as food substitutions for kitchen printing or discounts on receipts. They are louder and slower than thermal printers, so they might be better suited in louder environments.
|Epson TM-U220||Supports 2-Color Printing|
|POS-X EVO Impact||Affordable Kitchen Printing|
|Star Micronics SP700||Supports Mac OS X|
Take a thermal printer and an impact slip printer, fuse them together, and you have a multifunction printer. Most commonly seen at grocery stores or banks, these printers not only print receipts, but can endorse checks, print slips for invoices or long term ordering, and some even frank checks or scan barcodes. Combining functionality into one device saves precious space at checkstands or teller windows.
|Star Micronics HSP7000|
Similar to the inkjet printer you may have at home, these use high pressure jets to spray ink onto your receipt. For certain applications, this is a smart choice. You can have the option of multi-color printing as well, ideal for identifying modifications or returns/discounts on a receipt. Unfortunately, these printers are slower and louder than thermal printers, so they aren't quite as useful as they once were.