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FutureLogic Launches New Printer

Leading thermal printing supplier FutureLogic, Inc. announced it has officially launched the GEN3 Evolution printer, which it calls “the first thermal ticket and coupon printer with integrated and separate processing environments for TITO and promotional couponing.”

According to the company, the GEN3 printer was designed to keep pace with current and future demands of server-based gaming, promotional couponing and the continually evolving ticket-in/ticket-out market.

Benefits include an optional on-board promotional system module, direct system connection over TCP/IP, photographic-quality printing, a ticket capacity double the standard printers being used today the GEN3 Evolution printer offers features and benefits superior to any gaming printer available today, and what the company says is the fastest printing and largest memory storage capacity of any printer with gaming applications.

For couponing, the printer features a programmable bursting scheme that can be used to burst single or multiple joined vouchers or coupons directly into the players’ hands.

“FutureLogic’s printers have evolved with the cashless gaming industry, setting new standards for reliability and innovation,” said Nick Micalizzi, vice president of domestic sales and marketing for FutureLogic. “The GEN3 Evolution printer leverages the latest printing and communications technologies, effectively future-proofing them for this rapidly evolving market.”

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