You’ve probably seen the TM-T88III before, though the current model is the TM-T88IV–they’re ubiquitous and especially common in restaurants. We chose it because the receipt prints quickly (which reduces the probability that a stack of order receipts gets missorted such that an employee puts the wrong receipt in the wrong parcel), is thermal so there is no ink to replace (which reduces the cost of consumables), uses standard thermal receipt paper (which is cheap, and we can always run out to Staples if we run out), and, perhaps most importantly, we found one in a box in the back of the warehouse.
Receipt printers are an important part of a point of sale (POS) system. They are used in retail environments to print credit card slips and customer receipts. Restaurants also use receipt printers to print off orders back in the kitchen or at the bar.
Mobile Label Printer
For labels, the printer uses Brother’s RD thermal label stock which is available as either continuous or die-cut form. But you can use receipt paper tape of the same width that is used for payment terminals when you are turning out receipts or vouchers. Here, it works best with the larger rolls rather than the smaller rolls that you may use with something like a card payment terminal or printing calculator.
The ReadyPrint T20 Thermal Printer prints 95 alphanumeric sets, 18 international character sets, 128x42 Graphic sets, as well. The T20 doesn't stop there. It also prints UPC-A, UPC-E, Barcode, GS1 DataBar, and GS1-128. Continuing in the 2D character arena, Pos Printerthe T20 Thermal Printer includes in its print assortment PDF417, 2D GS1 DataBar, and Composite symbologies, maximizing its POS printing capabilities and efficiency by eliminating need for a duplicate type of printer for full scale versatility.