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When the ability to print ID cards is vital to the security and operation of your business then choosing the right printer is essential. You risk being left struggling with a printer that can’t produce sufficient cards or is incapable of creating ID cards of a quality you can actually use.
When you need a new printer look for one which has been created specifically for small-to-medium sized businesses. Make sure that the solution you are being offered is a fast and reliable printing solution which can produce high-quality ID cards and badges on demand.
January 13 2019 |
At IDSecurityOnline, we regularly refresh our selection of ID card printers to ensure our customers have access to the latest and best printing technology. Leading card-printer manufacturers continuously improve their technology, print speeds and security options, so here’s a quick look at what’s new.
December 03 2018 |
When Zebra recently introduced three new card printers, IDSecurityOnline put them to the test—and they passed with flying colors. Results were impressive. For anyone currently in the market for a reliable card printer to consistently produce just about any type of card—employee ID, credit, debit, identity, access, loyalty, public transportation passes and more—it's worth looking at Zebra's new card printer line.
Overall, the ZC Series brings the best features of modern card printing into one highly productive unit—and adds some advanced features not seen in common card printers. Remarkably, these printers have stunning curb appeal—a masterful delivery of equal parts form and function—fitting appealingly yet unobtrusively into any office or retail/commercial/service setting.
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October 29 2018 |
To enhance enterprise security, cards and badges can incorporate visual security elements—both on cards and on card accessories like lanyards. What is a visually secure ID card?
Answer: One that incorporates enough visual security features to ensure the ID card accomplishes enterprise security objectives.
October 23 2018 |
Retransfer (reverse transfer) printers—the most advanced card-printing technology available—print reverse card images onto a flexible, transparent film (retransfer film; a thin clear substrate), and then thermally bond (fuse) the film onto the card surface with heat and pressure as a distinct secondary process. These two-steps—called “reverse thermal image transfer”—don’t print directly onto the card surface.
By comparison, traditional dye-sublimation direct-to-card printers use a printhead that prints through a ribbon directly onto the card surface; the printer’s expensive, and often delicate, printhead touches every PVC card directly, triggering increased printhead replacement. Any uneven part of the card surface—including contact with card edges—can cause expensive printhead damage.
September 26 2018 |
While having the right ID Card printer is essential for producing great customized ID Cards, equally important is the ID Card printing software that allows users to design cards, manage cardholder data, access and deploy security features, and ensure card production efficiency and convenience.
Organizations can better govern their essential security functions and prevent security breaches using ID Card production software for employee and visitor identification programs.
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