Market Highlights of Ticket Printer
Ticket printers (Technology: direct thermal, thermal ribbon transfer, inkjet) are specially manufactured to meet the demands of large enterprises that only demand high quality tickets. These printers usually come in either fixed or kiosk models to accommodate specific application. These are easy to operate, maintain, and are effective than other type of printers. A high capacity flatbed ticket printer by InfoPoint developed a mechanism to ensure the fully printed tickets before issuing, resulting in reduction of ticket paper wastage and operator cost. Custom SpA produces a variety of event ticketing printers including barcodes, and RFID to produce the SMART ticket. Also the size of printers is getting small. New technologies are being developed used to produce the tickets by just connecting the printing terminal with a smartphone containing the print roll and ink ribbon.
Consumers are generally prone to quick-change, to get or use modern products, better experience, better convenience; to find and meet the needs of consumers, and exceeding expectation, better service. The world changes quickly, especially in mobile internet and consumer electronics, and now the mobile internet and consumer electronics are changing the traditional sectors, to more efficient, more cheap and powerful segment. However, tickets printers constantly face the threat of increased mobile consumption and other advanced printers in the market. Most of the ticket printing is replaced by mobile or e – ticketing. It includes a barcode and a scanner at two ends to verify the ticket details.