Digital thermal transfer printer for text, barcodes and logos/graphics. Circumferential marking possible.
The TTP 4000 is a programmable thermal transfer printer for highest quality printing results. Its innovative printing process allows marking of cables with texts, barcode and graphics (e.g. logos) in excellent resolution for maximum readability. Additionally, the TTP 4000 is very user-friendly and can be fully integrated in automatic processing lines or alternatively be operated as a stand-alone benchtop printing unit.
The TTP 4000 combines two main processes in a single unit to achieve high quality abrasion-resistant printing results. In the first step, a transfer foil with the elements to be printed (text / graphics) is prepared. Subsequently those elements are printed on the cable in a hot stamp marking process. A special roller mechanism allows marking 360° around the cable. One of the benefits of circumferential marking is a significantly better readability as font sizes can be increased compared to conventional printing methods. Cables can also be marked on both sides if needed.
- Full integration with Cayman PC software
- Simple import of graphics (PCX)
- Entry of all parameters via panel, external keyboard or laptop possible
- Date fields
- Consecutive numbering
- Logos / graphics
- Single-line text
- Multi-line text
- 2-side marking
- Special characters
|Wire Outer Diameter (O.D.)||2 – 15 mm|
max. 80 mm
max. 20 mm (in roller mode)
Thermo Foil Size
86 mm x 300 m
Receptor Slide Size
100 mm x 150 m
3 – 30 mm (depends on size and font)
black, white other colours available on request
Stamp mode or roller mode
5-6 Bar, non-oiled, dried and filtered compressed air
1L / N / PE AC 240 V 50 Hz or 1L / N / PEAC 110 V, 60 Hz
RS 232, Parallel Interface
Dimensions (W x D x H)
330 x 700 x 380 mm
CE – Conformity
The TTP 4000 fully complies with all CE and EMV equipment guidelines
relative to mechanical and electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility.
Schleuniger recommends that wire samples be submitted in cases where there is
doubt as to the processing capabilities of a particular machine.