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Hecon X-56™ Thermal Printer

The HECON/Hengstler X-56 Thermal Printer is one of the most versatile printers around. Perfect for Ticketing, Receipts and more!

Hecon X-80™ Thermal Printer

The Hengstler X-80 Thermal Printer is one of the most versatile printers around! Handling a paper width of 60-86 mm, the X-80 printer prints at speeds up to 250 mm/second (9.8 inches/second)! An autocutter is standard, with versions that can...

HECON C-56™ Thermal Receipt Printer

The HENGSTLER® C-56 Thermal Receipt Printer is the ideal printer for receipt printing. Handling a paper width of 58-60 mm, the HENGSTLER® C-56 printer prints at speeds up to 220 mm/second (8.6 inches/second)! A unique, patented tear bar assembly prevents...

HECON/Hengstler releases 12-volt kiosk printer

Germany-based printer manufacturer HECON/Hengstler has announced a new 12-volt version of its C-56 thermal printer. In a news release, the company says the popularity of its original C-56 model led to the upgrade: The popular HECON/Hengstler C-56 thermal printer is...

Eye kiosk stands above the crowd as KioskCom Las Vegas wraps

SoloHealth's EyeSite sticks out among the record number of exhibitors at the Self Service Expo and The Digital Signage Show.

Digital signage, self-service trade shows converge on Vegas

The Digital Signage Show debuts alongside KioskCom Self Service Expo in April.

Retail, restaurants and more: The Self-Service & Kiosk Show expands focus

Self-service has evolved to encompass much more than just kiosks, and so has the only trade show devoted to end-market users of the technology. Attendees of the upcoming Self-Service & Kiosk Show in Orlando will preview cutting-edge tech ready to deploy in a number of vertical industries.

Show emphasizes the big picture of self-service

The name change was telling: The Self-Service & Kiosk Show (formerly The Kiosk Show) took a much broader view of self-service as a business strategy. Kiosks were certainly in attendance, but just a large part of a larger picture.

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