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Everything You Need for Printing with Datacard – Printers, Systems, and Supplies

By |May 7th, 2018|

Datacard ID card printers are designed for printing high quality, professional ID cards. If you are interested in Datacard printers, or just looking for all the supplies you need for your current Datacard printer system, […]

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Shop ID Card Group’s Most Affordable Printers

By |April 30th, 2018|

Printing your own ID cards can save you from the hassle and long waits of professionally printed cards, and an entry-level printer is probably cheaper than you’d expect! We’re rounding up our most affordable printers […]

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ID Card Group’s New Supply Finder – Faster & Easier to Use

By |March 12th, 2018|

In an effort to help our customers quickly and easily find the products and information they need to create and print high quality ID cards, we have launched a new ID Card Group website – […]

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Card Printer Roundup – High Volume ID Card Printers

By |November 27th, 2017|

High volume ID card printers are designed for medium-sized and large organizations looking to quickly and efficiently print large batches of cards at a time. Weƒ??re rounded up our top high volume print picks below.
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Card Printer Roundup – Mid-Volume ID Card Printers

By |November 6th, 2017|

Mid-volume ID card printers are designed for small to medium-sized organizations looking to efficiently print small to mid-sized batchs of cards at a time. We‰Ûªre rounded up our top mid-volume print picks below.
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Card Printer Roundup – Low-volume Printers from Leading Manufacturers

By |October 23rd, 2017|

Low-volume ID card printers are designed for small organizations looking to efficiently and affordably print a small number of cards on demand. We‰Ûªre rounded up our top low-volume print picks below.
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Datacard SD460 Printer Resists Fraud with High Security Tactile Impression

By |October 18th, 2017|

The new SD460 card printer from Datacard takes fraud protection to the next level with tactile impression stamping. This is the first high security impression that you can see and feel.
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How do I protect my cards? Try Lamination!

By |September 27th, 2017|

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.
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Video: How to Change the Ribbon on Your Datacard SD260 & SD360 Card Printers

By |May 31st, 2017|

Watch this quick video to see how to easily change your ribbon and cleaning roller in the eco-friendly Datacard SD260 single-sided card printer and the SD360 dual-sided card printer.
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Protect Your ID Card Printer from Dust, Liquids, or Travel Damage with Printer Cases

By |March 15th, 2017|

Like all electronic equipment, your ID card printer should be protected from dusty and debris, spills of liquids, and bumps and drops during travel - protecting your printer is key to keeping it running in top shape for years to come. ID Card Group offers a wide range of printer covers and travel cases for everything from cross-country flights and printers that never leave your desk.
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