Thermal Transfer

A means of printing or imaging utilizing a colored wax (similar to a crayon) that is melted and fused to special coated papers. Thermal transfer is utilized by some types of inexpensive color desktop printers manufactured by QMS, Océ, Seiko, and Tektronix, which have the ability to generate PostScript output.

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