What ID card printer is best? Read candid printer reviews by ID Tech Expert Jeramie Ivie. Quick specs chart helps you compare Fargo/HID, Evolis, Magicard, Zebra printer models.
If you're looking for a mid-volume card printer and print more than 2,000 plastic cards per year, find out why we named the Evolis Primacy our go-to printer for short run production jobs.
A miniature throwback to the Pebble/Dualys printers, the Evolis Badgy is a value-class, low-volume single-sided printer that was rolled out for schools, gyms, and other small organizations needing to print less than 200 cards per year.And hat tip to Evolis - it comes with everything you need to start printing right out of the box - making the Badgy one of the first all-in-one card printers.Read our expert review here.
The What's Printing video series by ID Expert Jeramie Ivie covers all things ID card printing, such as printer review companion videos, how-tos, tips, tutorials, and more.
Read our expert review of the new Avansia card printer. Jeramie Ivie puts the Avansia through its paces - This offering is big in scale and in volume and dots per inch (dpi).
Magicard is one of the few brands that offer a low volume option well suited for small office needs ÛÒ the Magicard Pronto. The Pronto is a single-feed ID badge printer ÛÒ meaning you feed it one card at a time to print. But this versatile little machine offers a lot of big features for a small price point. Read our review here.
Fargo DTC4500e reviewed by ID Expert. Highest security, WiFi, erase & rewrite. Find out why its the number 1 choice for large corporations & government entities.