"Award of Excellence" from APS to GeBE
Know-How for Innovative Ideas
GeBE ticket printer GPT-4762 is ideal for processing paper of a wide range of thicknesses up to 280µm. The paper can be transported from a roll with a diameter of up to 300 mm. This feature requires a lot of torque from the transporting motor of the printer mechanism, and therefore, a lot of power from the control unit developed by GeBE. As an alternative option, GeBE offers an adjustable holder for leporello tickets for this printer. A dispenser optimizes the issuing of the tickets.
The GeBE MAXI Mulde GPT-4454 was originally custom developed for a client. It supplies excellent A4 printouts and is preferred especially for industrial applications, rather than delicate and high maintenance laser or inkjet printers. Due to the high resolution of 203 dpi and its 832 horizontal pixels arranged over a width of 104 mm, this printer is able to legibly print VGA and also XVGA screenshots.
Both printers are representative for all innovative ideas that can only be realized because of GeBE's considerable know-how in the field of data input and output displayed by all products of the Germering company, but especially by the custom solutions.
GeBE Elektronik und Feinwerktechnik GmbH
GeBE Elektronik und Feinwerktechnik GmbH has been an accepted partner in the industry for decades as a manufacturer of professional output devices. Due to a reliable system for quality assurance and many years of experience in manufacturing, GeBE has created a large customer base for small and medium sized order quantities. With cleverly structured modular systems, solutions can be realized fast, easily, and cost-effectively for our customers. GeBE supplies the components as well as complete devices, particularly thermal printers, controllers, and accessories.
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