Thermal-Printing System Offers Jam-Free Operation

April 1, 2000
A compact and simple means of printing paper vouchers is offered with a new thermal-printing system that addresses the needs of casinos and other gambling establishments concerned with high costs and related factors associated with cash-based gaming

A compact and simple means of printing paper vouchers is offered with a new thermal-printing system that addresses the needs of casinos and other gambling establishments concerned with high costs and related factors associated with cash-based gaming operations. The system offers ease of use, improved output quality, minimal maintenance, and dependability of operation. It offers jam-free operation, reduced game-machine downtime, and more consistent print quality when compared to other alternatives like impact printing or adaptations of components such as bill acceptors.
The paper voucher thermal printing concept produces a high-accuracy bar code assured by both printing orientation and continuous verification of head integrity for maximum print quality and reliability. This approach eliminates the need for a bar code verification mechanism required by other alternatives. Other key features include compact size, a paper-replenishment indictor, and perforated, fan-fold paper to avoid the problems associated with cut sheets such as improper paper loading and jamming. Call for pricing.

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