22. February 2017 08:01
Retransfer printers combine unparalleled print speeds with photo-quality images.
Unlike traditional dye sublimation card printers, which use a printhead that prints through a ribbon directly onto the card, retransfer printers print onto a flexible, transparent film that is then thermally bonded to the card - offering a high level of fraud protection. [More]
20. February 2017 08:01
See how to easily load your ribbon and PVC cards in your Fargo C50 ID card printer in this short video. [More]
15. February 2017 08:01
The Find My Ribbon tool makes it easy to locate color, monochrome, and overlaminate ribbons for ID card printers from Evolis, Datacard, Fargo, Magicard, and Zebra - including hard-to-find ribbons for older and discontinued models. [More]
13. February 2017 08:01
PVC Cards come from the manufacturer with a lot of static causing cards to stick and jam in your ID card printer. Here’s how to minimize this issue. [More]
8. February 2017 08:01
Get help choosing an ID card printer along with expert tips in this infographic from IDCardGroup.com. [More]
6. February 2017 08:01
ID card printers come in a wide variety of styles, with features ranging from single or dual-sided printing up to lamination, encoding, and more. With so many options it may be hard to pick a printer, but the printer experts at ID Card Group are here to help you choose - and one of the easiest ways to start is by looking at low, standard, or high volume ID card printers. [More]
1. February 2017 08:01
When it comes to ID card security options, magnetic encoding offers a different level of security than proximity card or smart card encoding.
Learn about the differences between magnetic stripe cards, proximity cards, and smart cards encoding - and find out which card style works best for your needs.
Keep in mind that these three encoding styles can be used separately - or combined - to create the level of security desired. [More]