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Looking for a flatbed printer that can print 3D barcodes

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Hey, everyone!

I'm looking for a newer POS flatbed printer that's capable of printing 3D barcodes.

It would need to be similar in stature to epson's TM-U295 ( http://pos.epson.com/products/TM-U295 ), but have a newer printing mechanism than dot-matrix that can do barcodes, preferably 3D.  Bonus if it doesn't have horrible drivers like the epson, and would be even better if it can be shared on the network.

Also, if you've seen any unicorns or leprechauns hanging about somewhere, that'd be interesting to hear about as well.

I know I'm reaching with this one, but doesn't hurt to try.
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Do you mean 3D barcodes (which have depth) or 2D graphic codes like QR?
If you want QR in a flatbed POS But not Epson then try OKI.  If you want 3D then yes, don't take you eyes off that leprechaun, it's under that crock of gold :)
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Oops, yeah, I meant 2D QR barcodes..

I don't see any flatbeds listed on OKI's site, but I'll poke around some more, maybe they're hidden somewhere.

Thanks!
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