ID card accessories are the key to making your ID cards easy to use in the workplace, from schools to office buildings. If you aren’t sure what you want, our ID experts have reviewed the […]
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.