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bar code reader type printer

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Hi. I've been searching the internet for a device that functions much like a bar code reader but instead prints out a line of data when held on to paper or cardboard. I assume such a thing exists for printing individual numbers on boxes without the need for printing a label and sticking it on a box. A quick "point and print" device is what I am looking for. Does anyone know if one exists and what it would be called?
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