Laser, LED, and Inkjet Units for Labels and Documents.
GLM Group partners with Printer Connection Inc. to offer a wide selection of continuous form high-quality printers for: a) an upgrade path for current users of continuous feed lasers of various vendors; b) IBM, Tally and Printronix impact line printer replacement; c) high volumes of labels generation; d) fan-fold documentation needs; e) single-part forms document improvement; f) factory-floor label/card/info complex integrated label/printout documents; g) government’s needs for voter registration, tax assessment and courthouse documents; h) Cheshire Label style addresses for mailing operations and many more uses. Choose from new units and a variety of budget-friendly refurbished units based on availability.
SATO Continuous Form Flash Fusion Laser Printer
The SATO LP 100R continuous form laser printer delivers a reliable 100 ppm in 2-up mode or 65 ppm with 8.5″ tall page-folds of continuous label or transaction document operation. There is a great cost advantage on consumables for high-volume printing with the SATO LP100R.
Microplex Continuous Form Laser and Flash Fusion Printers
The Microplex* line provides a broad array of continuous forms laser and flash fusion printers from 32 PPM up to 166 2-up PPM.
InfoPrint Continuous Form Laser
Heat/Pressure Fusing, Refurbished
A reliable workhorse from the IBM InfoPrint days, the InfoPrint 75 and InfoPrint 100 are hot roller fusion continuous form laser printers. Available as refurbished units only and are offered as ready for acceptance onto available Ricoh Maintenance.
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COLOR Continuous Forms Printing
Color CF Volume Label Production Printers Available
- TSC Color Inkjet Label Printer
- OKI Data Laser Label Printer
- MicroPlex F36C Laser
- Formax ColorMaxLP Inkjet
- Epson Wide Format
Regarding Paper Size
GLM Group offers continuous form laser printers in three basic paper print widths. The customer can choose from 11-inch, 13 7/8-inch (known as old ‘greenbar’ paper) and 17-inch paper. The paper feed mechanism is via tractors, so there is an added one-half inch on each side to the total width. Printer choices allow for these three maximums. The customer may use a more narrow paper if desired. For example, some uses print on 8.5-inch wide (plus an inch for tractor holes) and 11-inch tall, or ‘portrait letter’ size. Many customers try to print labels as wide as the form factor will allow. This method takes advantage of the most labels produced per foot of output and minimizes the cost-per-label.
Epson, Microplex and SATO are offered through GLM’s authorized affiliation with Printer Connection, Inc., who is an authorized reseller of these products. Many customers have inquired through our GLM website and acquired units from PCI as sold by GLM.