12 Reasons Why TSC PRINTERS

Why choose TSC? Who is TSC? Why trust a “Johnny come lately” to the Barcoding Industry.

  • TSC has been manufacturing barcode printers since 1991.
  • Worked with Eltron to develop DESKTOP Barcode printers before Eltron was purchased by Zebra Technologies
  • Its parent company Taiwan Semiconductor Co LTD has earned a worldwide reputation as one of the Industry’s leading semiconductor manufacturers.
  • TSC for 25 years has been manufacturing barcode printers
  • First to offer a 600DPI Desktop Printer
  • Manufactured over 3 Million printers
  • Their products have been chosen by respected names such as Fedex, Caterpillar, DHL, Michelin Tires, Sony, Samsung, Ford, Volkswagen and many more.
  • TSC Printers emulate EPL and ZPL languages out of the box.

TSC printers are a great ALTERNATIVE to other better known barcode printers, offering high quality printers that offer a print width range from 2” to 8” in 203 – 600 dpi print resolution, at very competitive prices.

 

To discuss TSC’s printer range, please call Aniluin’s product specialists:

Andrew – 0438 833 419 (QLD)

Kamran – 0407 021 044 (NSW)

Wayne – 0403 570 162 (VIC)

 

* Standard TSC warranty is 24 months on the printer with the exception of 25km of print for the print head or 50km of print for the platen roller. This offer increases the warranty to 36 months but does keep the mileage restrictions in place. To take advantage of this offer simply mention this ad.

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