Category Archives: Kiosk printer

BOCA Releases New Kiosk Printer for Receipt, Ticket, Label or Wristband Applications

LemurX Receipt and Ticket Printers BOCA’s Lemur-X kiosk printer is the company’s most compact, economical model. Like all BOCA printers, the Lemur-X is produced at the company’s factory in Boca Raton, Florida and configured to the customer’s specifications. The Lemur-X can be produced to work with a range of media, including receipt rolls, fan folded tickets, or wristbands. The… Read More »

Microcomp Corporation Wide Thermal Kiosk Printer 814 Comes with Ethernet

PRESS RELEASE: Microcom Corporation Releases Ethernet for Model 814M, 8.5” Wide Thermal Kiosk Printer for Healthcare, Wayfinding, Boarding Pass, Weigh Scale, and Other Applications Lewis Center, OH, March 7, 2018 –Microcom Corporation is pleased to announce that customers can now purchase our model 814M wide thermal kiosk printer with Ethernet. This option allows customers to communicate with the printer at… Read More »

BOCA is proud to announce the release of its ultra small kiosk printer, the Lemur-X.

Ultra Small Kiosk Printer Lemur-X by Boca The spec sheet for the printer can be found here. Benefits of the printer include: Configured to work with either rolled (receipt) or fan folded (ticket) stock High speed (8 inches per second max) Superior reliability (lower operational costs) Small footprint Flexible mounting positions BOCA’s US operations: all printers are manufactured a at… Read More »

Kiosk Printer – Epson Solves Most Annoying Problem With Inkjet Printers

Is this the end of the dreaded printer cartridge?

Source: www.bloomberg.com

Inkjet printer cartridges have been the bane of many small businesses and home offices for decades. It’s interesting, then, that Epson is trying something new: next month, they’re launching a new line of printers that come with small tanks of ink, instead of cartridges. The tanks will be refilled using bottles of ink. They’re reversing the economics, here: the printer itself will be more expensive, but the refills will be much cheaper. Early reports claim you’ll be spending a tenth as much on ink as you were before, but we’ll see how that shakes out. The Bloomberg article makes a good point: it’s never been easier to not print things. The printer industry needs to innovate if it wants us to keep churning out printed documents, and this may be the first big step.