Prox cards are quickly growing in popularity because they can combine an employee ID with the office key and your security system. But if you want to use them as ID cards, you’ll probably want […]
See how to load a ribbon in your Zebra ZXP 7 card printer in this short video.
Ultra Magicard offers a wide range of ID card printers and system designed to meet ID card printer needs of every size. From the entry-level Magicard Pronto with hand-feed single card printing to the large Magicard Rio Pro with high-speed printing and built-in Ethernet, there's a Magicard printer for everyone.And one of the best features of Magicard printers is the built-in HoloKote system! HoloKote is unique to Magicard printers, and allows you to include a watermark-like design into your ID cards at no additional cost and with no specialized equipment - an affordable and easy way to increase the security of your cards.
Slot punching cards is an easy way to attach them to badge reels or lanyards – but don’t cut corners by slot punching your cards BEFORE you print, since this can create jagged edges that […]
Should you print your ID cards in-house, or outsource the job to a printing company? ID Card Group helps you weigh the pros and cons of each option.
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.
How can you protect your ID cards from daily wear and tear while preventing card tampering? Try lamination - these clear or holographic films protect your cards and give them a much longer lifespan versus regular non-laminated cards. And with two styles to choose from, there's a lamination option for every ID card program.
Magnetic stripe cards - also known as mag stripe cards or swipe cards - are a popular choice for cards that store data, such as ATM and bank cards; gift, membership, and phone cards; access control cards; hotel key cards; and library and transit cards.But choosing the wrong variety of magstripe card - or not protecting the card from damage - can cause the cards to not work as expected.Learn how to choose the right magstripe card and protect it from damage.
If you are looking for affordable, professional, and durable proximity cards for your access control system, we have just added a wide variety of AlphaPass branded proximity badges & cards, key fobs, and tags to the ID Card Group website - all with 125 kHz LF technology and compatible with industry leading card readers including HID-brand readers.
How do you want your plastic cards to look? Sounds like a simple question, yet there are many variations that will help you choose the best plastic card printer for your needs.Today, weÛªll discuss choosing a plastic card printer based on your desired card appearance. There are three appearance options to consider.