Compacted and ready to use, the Zebra ZXP Series 3 is a full featured high speed card printer that can be integrated into standard ID Cards and access control applications. This affordable ZXP series 3 direct-to card printer is a suitable choice for applications where small space, minimal operator training and print quality are paramount. This printer is ideal for deployment in educational institutions and retail outlets for ID card, gift card, loyalty card or membership card applications. The ZXP series 3 achieves fast print speeds and high image quality by utilizing ZRaster host based image processing technology and True Colours ix Series high-performance ribbons. This ID card printer offers a full suite of encoding options, including PC/SC and EMV-certified smart card encoding, over USB and Ethernet. You can print on one or both sides of the card with high-quality color or monochrome images for a variety of applications.
This retransfer card printer offers picturesque image quality, best-in-class throughput, a multitude of encoder options, and high reliability that minimizes maintenance. The ZXP Series 8 Printer includes ZMotif™ software development tools for easy integration with enterprise applications. Using innovative retransfer printing technology, the Zebra ZXP Series 8 delivers superior print resolution at the fastest speeds in its class for high-quality photo ID cards with images and graphics that look more like glossy magazine prints than ordinary ID photos. The printer’s modular design provides flexibility to add a variety of encoding options as needed.
Single or dual sided lamination is also available. This retransfer printer is ideal for printing on uneven card surfaces, such as smart cards, or for when the application calls for very high image quality or cards that are more durable and abrasion resistant.
Difference between a single-sided ID card printer and a dual-sided ID card printer?
A double sided printer will print on both sides of the ID card whereas a single sided printer will only print on one side of the ID card. A single sided printer is necessary for creating ID cards with limited cardholder information. It has a full color and monochrome printing capability. It offers magnetic stripe and smart card encoding options. You can choose direct-to-card or a stunning reverse transfer print technology. Printing ID cards from a single sided printer can be time consuming. Most card printer manufactures discourage the use of a single sided printer primarily that this printer tends to damage the sensitive print heads in the print cards.
Laminating card printers are a variety of printer capable of producing images and laminating the final product in one unified process, avoiding the need to utilize (or purchase) both a traditional printer and a laminating device or machine. The plastic-based material used in the lamination process is called an overlaminate, which help protect against damage, remain flat and reduce the possibility of glares. Two types of overlaminates are typically used in conjunction with laminating card printers: standard overlaminates included in printer model packages, or customized films fitted with a company logo.
Types of Laminating Printers
Laminating Printers come in both single and dual-sided varieties and can be used for a variety of indoor and outdoor uses and industries:
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