This week’s featured printer is the Zebra® ZXP SERIES 7
ID Card Printer, a high-speed direct-to-card solution that affordably provides near photographic print quality and vivid colors. Designed for medium- to high-volume applications and/or instant card issuance this card printer is Zebra’s highest performance direct-to-card printer—and can simultaneously print, encode and laminate. It’s a rock-solid value and handles any organization’s high-volume card-production requirements with impressive easy-to-use results.
We like to provide organizations with great information that
supports effective evaluation of our card-printing solutions. These product
reviews help customers to better distinguish among the many card printers
available today, and select just the right ID Card Printer for their needs and
This week’s featured printer is the Zebra® ZXP
SERIES 1 ID Card Printer, an entry-level solution that provides first-class
print quality. Designed for low-volume applications and/or instant card
issuance, this card printer is a rock-solid value and handles any
organization’s basic card-production requirements with impressive results.
To ensure you have key information to effectively evaluate card-printing solutions we often provide reviews of our ID card printers, which helps you distinguish among the many card printers available today, and select the right ID Card Printer for your needs today.
This week’s featured printer is the Fargo® HDP5000 High Definition Card Printer/Encoder, a powerful device that once again sets Fargo apart as the ID card industry leader. This is a printer we think our customers should be excited about.
Let’s face it: when working at the office, cleaning the ID card printer
is not at the top of your priority list. In fact, most of the time the printers go without being cleaned which results in frequent functionality problems. Little does everyone know that cleaning ID card printers is crucial to extending the life of your printer as well as keeping it working at its optimum performance level.
With so many card printers to choose from, it’s helpful to have some detail and perspective on how various models can best serve users’ needs. We like to feature our printers to ensure that customers get a chance to fairly evaluate the card-printing solution that works best for their circumstances.
We are proud to announce that we have partnered with GreenChip Electronic Waste Solutions, an industry leader in sustainable and responsible electronics recycling, to recycle ID Card Printers and help divert electronic waste from landfills.
Massive amounts of electronic waste, or e-waste are being generated at an alarming rate. E-waste currently represents 70% of America's overall toxic waste trash in landfills. Some materials such as lead, cadmium, and mercury, can be toxic and contaminate the environment.
If you are looking for a new ID card printer,
consider getting the fastest machine in the industry. The Zebra ZXP7 card printer
produces 300 single-sided cards per hour in color.
For an even faster throughput, the printer can simultaneously print, encode,
and laminate a card.
We are happy to announce that you can now
connect to your favorite ID store on the go! The mobile version of IDSecurityOnline.com
gives you quick access to all the major sections of our site: our ID card
printers and photo ID systems, card printer supplies and full customer support.
User-friendly and easy-to-use, our mobile site
is loaded with features:
- One-click call to talk to an ID expert;
Get a free quote instantly;
Order a brand new card printer or consumables
for your solution within seconds;
Read the latest posts on our blog;
Check out our videos to learn more about a
product or get support on your printer;
Contact our certified repair center to get
your card printer fixed;
We are continuing our countdown of the 3
best-selling ID card printers of 2013 and the First place goes
the Fargo DTC1000 ID card printer.
The Fargo DTC1000 ID card printer has been
designed for small businesses and organizations that need a simple, reliable,
and affordable solution to issue high-quality cards and badges. The Fargo
DTC1000 card printer comes in single or dual-sided models and offers optional
encoding options to store data in cards with magnetic stripe or smart cards.
Fargo has just launched an enhanced version of
the DTC1000 called DTC1250e.
We are continuing our countdown of the 3
best-selling ID card printers of the year and the 2nd place goes to...
the Fargo HDP5000 ID card printer.
Fargo has launched an enhanced version of its HDP5000
printer this year and the success has been immediate. The HDP5000
produces ID cards with the highest image quality available. By printing a
reverse image on the underside of HDP Film, then fusing the film to the card
surface, the HDP5000 creates superb image quality.
As 2013 comes to a close, we are counting down
the 3 best-selling ID card printers of the year.
The 3rd place goes to the compact
yet reliable Zebra ZXP3 ID card printer.
The Zebra ZXP3 printer is built to deliver
high-quality badges at a low cost per card. Available with single or dual-sided
printing capabilities, it is also loaded with user-friendly features to
simplify your ID card printing process.
Introducing the new line of Fargo DTC ID
HID Fargo has released a new entry-level card
printer called C50, along with the new DTC1250e, DTC4250e, and DTC4500e
models that are enhanced versions of the DTC1000, DTC4000 and DTC4500 card printers.
C50 ID card
The Fargo C50 ID Card Printer is an affordable single-sided solution
to print professional ID cards and badges on demand. It comes with Built-in
Swift ID™ badging application to help you create ID badges in seconds without
having to install any additional software.
NEW! IDP card
printers now available!
We are very happy to announce that we are now reselling the
line of IDP ID Card printers.
If you are looking for a reliable ID card printer
that won't break the bank, look no further! Easy-to-use and affordable,
the range of IDP ID card
printers will meet all your requirements, whether you need single-sided
employee badges or highly secure laminated credentials.
At ID Security Online, we value our customers'
That is why we have decided to share with you the
experience of one of our clients who needed to purchase an ID card printer for
the first time. In this last post, Patricia learns about the benefits of
ID car software.
“I had one last thing to figure out: do I need ID card software? The
answer was yes, mainly because I needed to import my database to create all my
badges at once.
At ID Security Online, we value our customers' feedback.
That is why we have decided to share with you the experience of one of our clients who needed to purchase an ID card printer for the first time. In this fourth post, Patricia finds out more about the different ribbons that an ID card printer uses.
“Evidently, ID Card printers don’t use a standard ink cartridge that laser and inkjet printers do. ID Card printers use ribbons, which are plastic cartridges with ink on a film. I assumed a double-sided printer would need two ribbons to operate. Yet again, I was wrong.