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Coloured Thermal Paper Uses

9 January 2014

Most businesses tend to use white thermal paper at their point of sale (POS) for their receipts, due to thermal printing being easier and more economical than using printers that require inks or toners. This is all very well and good, but we’re puzzled as to why people feel that their receipts must be printed on white paper. Why not yellow, pink or orange?

Here are some uses for coloured thermal paper that you may not have thought of before:

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The Composition of Thermal Paper

6 January 2014

Thermal paper is a special paper that is used in conjunction with thermal printers to primarily produce receipts for ATM’s, cash registers and other points of sale (POS). The reason that this paper is used so commonly with POS systems is that no ink is involved in the process, which makes the printers small and more manageable than traditional printers that require either toner or ink cartridges to be regularly replaced.

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People and Places That Use Thermal Paper

3 February 2012

There was a time when the only place you would see thermal paper being used was in fax machines, though this is well and truly a thing of the past. Thermal paper is now used in many places throughout our society, from hospitals to grocery stores, making it one of the most significant recent developments in the world of paper. The following are some of the people and places that use thermal paper these days.
The receipts that you receive anytime you use an automatic teller machine are printed out on thermal paper rolls. This is a great example of a time that you want a printed copy of something that is clear and printed quickly, so using thermal printing makes its case as a great option. ...

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