Thermal Transfer Printer produces terminal block labels and more.

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With 300 x 600 dpi resolution, MarkinGenius MG3 can print 300,000 instantaneously dry tags suitable for use as terminal block marker labels. Industrial printer, offering plug-and-play functionality, can also be used to produce company nameplates, switch plate labels, barcodes, bitmaps, clipart, logos, and schematics. While printer comes with software, templates, cabling, and one black printer ribbon, other available print ribbons include blue, green, red, silver, and white.

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ASI Universal Terminal Block Marker Printer System

Mechanicsburg, PA – Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc is pleased to announce the release of the MarkinGenius MG3 for terminal block marker labels and more. Using thermal transfer technology, this versatile industrial printer enables users to create terminal block labels quickly and professionally.  It is the low cost printer solution with universal appeal because it also prints company nameplates, switch plate labels, barcodes, bitmaps, clipart, logos, schematics and more. It is fast and can print 300,000 tags at a print resolution of 300 x 600 dpi which dries instantaneously. This is the ideal printer for those in the market to upgrade from a plotter system and the idea of using one printer for multiple jobs appeals to you.

The MG3 printer system is plug and play and includes easy to use software, common templates, cabling and one black printer ribbon to start creating your own identification solution.  Available supplies include wire markers, cable tags, terminal block markers, panel name plates, switch and light labels, component labels, I/O and PLC labels to dog tag and warning labels. Most people use black but for logos and other specialty needs blue, green, red, silver and white print ribbons are also available.

For a limited time receive Free Shipping and $1500 in Free Printer Labels.  Learn more about the MarkinGenius MG3 visit or call one of our product specialists today at 877-650-5160.

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