Resorts World® Casino exclusively selects TransAct Technologies™ printer- Epic 950®
TransAct Technologies Incorporated, a leading manufacturer of transaction-based printers has announced that its Epic 950 printer has been exclusively chosen by Resorts World Casino, New York. The company manufactures printers for use in different fields such as Casino, lottery system, banking, kiosk, point-of-sale, etc.
Epic 950 is useful for printing company logos on tickets and vouchers. It collects information from the tracking database, which stores information of every player before printing out anything. This ensures loyalty and efficiency in the game. It also has the capability to download graphics and software even when the printer is in use. It can quickly disconnect and exchange printer even when the game power is on.
Scott Molina, director of slot operation for Resorts World Casino, New York City, said, “We are pleased to choose Epic 950(R) printer from TransAct for our casino floor due to its features and functions and capabilities to be connected to EPICENTRAL in the feature. We are grateful to important partners like TransAct, whose commitment to this project has helped propel us to where we are today.”
Let’s take a look at the features and specifications of Epic 950 printer:
• TicketBurst Technology: This technology helps in printing and cutting the ticket without any difficulty
• Ticket in Ticket out (TITO) Technology: This technology helps in printing out tickets, which can further be exchanged for real cash. Using these tickets eliminates the need to carry cash
• Print speed: It takes 125 mm per second in text mode and 63 mm per second in 2 color mode
• Weight: It weighs only 1.7Kg
• Memory: It comes with 4MB Flash ROM and 8MN memory
• Ticket capacity: You can choose from 200, 400, and 600 ticket box.
• Ticket Size: 65mm x 156 mm L
Bart C. Shuldman, chairman, president and CEO of TransAct Technologies, said,” We are excited to further our relationship with Resorts World to help them capitalize on all the features and advanced technology of the Epic 950.”
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