Card Printer Transport Case - DTC500 Series Hard Printer Case
DTC500 Series Hard Printer Case
Part Number#: PTC-FA-500
Fargo F2 BadgePlus Printer Transport Case - Fargo DTC5xx Series
Transporting your Fargo DTC500 series printer safely is guaranteed when you use a BadgePlus F2 Printer Transport case. Because they meet every stringent UPS requirement and are made from high impact materials, these BadgePlus cases can take even the most severe rigors of transit so your card printer doesnt have to! The padlock-ready F2 Printer Transport case stand are air and water tight, dust, crush, corrosion and dent proof, which means they can take a beating and still look great afterwards. The folks at BadgePlus believe in their cases so much, they offer a lifetime warranty with each case.
Built For Comfort
With their retractable tote arms, multiple fold-down handles with comfort grips, integral rubber wheels, and press and pull latches, BadgePlus has endowed their F2 Printer Transport cases with plenty of comfortable features to match their brawn. Additional compartments for a camera, cables and consumables are included. These durable card printer transport cases are available in black, grey, and yellow, as well as olive drab for military applications. The BadgePlus printer transport cases available at ID Card Group are the same cases used by: the US Military, Police and Fire Departments, Search & Rescue Teams, and Navy Seal Teams around the world.
Fargo DTC500 Series Printer by HID Transport Case Specifications:
Material: RoHS-compliant Polypropylene copolymer material that is lightweight, durable and highly chemical resistant
Water Resistance: Cases are water resistant with an O Ring in the lid and a Gore-Tex membrane in the pressure equalization valve that will keep water, dust and dirt out of the case.
Temperature Tolerance Range: -10 degrees F to +210 degrees F (-23.3C to +98.9C)
Adhesives: Due to the nature of the propylene being chemically inert, very little will attack the material. That also means that very few adhesives and paints will adhere satisfactorily. For an adhesive, we have found 3M’s DP-8005 two-part adhesive works very well with the case material. It has also been reported that "Shoe Goo" works very well. For paint, Krylon has a product called "Fusion" that claims to adhere to polypropylene materials.