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fashion directory  Sato America SATO Corporation, Japan, was established in 1940 to manufacture and sell packaging machinery. RFID printers can read, write and print smart labels and tags with embedded RFID transponders. Transponders include integrated circuitry with an antenna and are designed to be programmed and re-programmed using radio waves. In 1962, SATO invented the world's first hand-held labeler and operations as an international supplier of labeling machinery were begun. The US subsidiary was established in 1977 and eventually became SATO America, Inc. in 1987. During that period, SATO developed the world's first thermal transfer barcode printers and became the leader in applying the technology to the market. Since SATO's 1979 introduction of the world's first thermal transfer barcode printer, Model 2311, SATO has continued to be in the forefront of thermal printing technologies. Their product line includes direct thermal and thermal transfer printers, OEM print engines, printer accessories, label design software, labels and thermal transfer ribbons. Today, SATO continues its tradition of designing and manufacturing high quality industrial printers that deliver reliable performance with each print job.

fashion directory  Toshiba: As part of TOSHIBA TEC's continuing commitment to new technology available soon will be the ability to encode RFID chips using the B-SX series printers. To be able to meet the various standards and frequencies Toshiba TEC is offering the unique ability to use different readers and antenna on the same model. Initially two modules will be available but other read / writers can be integrated easily. Using Toshiba TEC's Ribbon save technology the print head can be raised to allow it to skip the RFID chip contained in the label. This unique function removes the possibility of impact or pressure damage to both the head and the chip. The end result of which is the continued long life of the printhead and fewer chip failures after printing.

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