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Most thermal label printers sold today feature 203 dots per inch (dpi) print resolution or the popular 300 dpi resolution for smaller barcodes and fonts. This works for many labeling situations in shipping, logistics and retail marking.

Barcode label printers must be designed for the task at hand. Barcodes can only optimize business efficiency if they are accurate and can be read successfully. As barcode label sizes get smaller, challenges grow. Even the smallest barcode defect can render a barcode label unscannable.

Last week, we announced our largest product update yet, offering customers a range of technology advancements on our industrial printers and print engines.

For over 46 years, barcode technology has been used to accelerate the extraction of data from product and shipping labels. In many industries, labels are applied to items to convey information to the manufacturer, the end-user, and anyone along the supply chain.