Brady and others make various poly-whatever label stock that can be laser 
or thermal transfer printed onto. See 
http://catalog.bradyserve.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/CategoryDisplay?cgmenbr=2&cgrfnbr=21753&CTcount=1

Some of these labels will even take the high temperatures of a reflow 
oven. See BRADY B-652 DOT MATRIX / LASER PRINTABLE HIGH TEMPERATURE POLYIMIDE LABEL 
at:
http://www.info.bradycorp.com/TDS/tdsv1r0.nsf/b14eec34add0a9e1802565080049eca9/085b600b0a208f958625688c005f40d4?OpenDocument

Get a Brady catalog and see if your thermal printer can be used as a 
thermal transfer printer. Otherwise go to laser printed or preprinted 
labels that you can then enter the number into the syste, from the label 
as opposed to using the system to generate the number.

Robert D. LaMoreaux
MTS Systems Corp. 
Powertrain Technology Division
4622 Runway Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
734-822-9696
Fax 734-973-1103
Main Desk 734-973-1111


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