Buy a new printer ribbon & we’ll securely shred your old one for free

The new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) brings in much stricter rules around the use and protection of individual’s personal data. When you’re doing your data landscaping exercise and assessing your data processing activities, make sure you create a plan to deal with the personal information contained on your card printer ribbon. We can securely … Continue reading Buy a new printer ribbon & we’ll securely shred your old one for free

Two of the best Plastic Card Printers from a GDPR perspective

If you print your own ID cards, loyalty cards or membership cards using a plastic card printer, or you’re considering doing so in light of the new GDPR, there are a few things to consider:  How are you keeping your data safe? How are you preventing unauthorised users from accessing your printer or ribbon? Are … Continue reading Two of the best Plastic Card Printers from a GDPR perspective

New Turnaround Times for custom printed cards

We’ve just pinned down our turnaround times to make it easier when ordering a custom printed product from us. Standard Turnaround time Our Standard Turnaround time is 10 working days from card proof approval. Whenever you place an order for custom printed cards from us, we’ll always send you a PDF proof of your artwork … Continue reading New Turnaround Times for custom printed cards

Printing branded plastic cards? Make the back count

Whether you’re getting some membership cards, cloakroom tags, loyalty cards or key tags printed, don’t miss out on the branding opportunity presented on the back. Most plastic card companies will print on the reverse of the card within the same quoted price, or for a bit extra. So when you’re thinking about your design, here … Continue reading Printing branded plastic cards? Make the back count

Badge your event better

Whatever the size of your event or conference, first impressions count. The car parking, the pathfinder signage and welcome branding; it all counts towards determining your guests’ initial impressions of your event. And the same goes for their name badge. So rather than printing out their names in Times New Roman and buying the same old … Continue reading Badge your event better

Don’t throw name badges in the bin after an event – reuse them

How to re-use and re-issue your name badges at your next event or conference If you run events or conferences, you’ll know that you never get back all those name badges you’ve spent time creating. Usually, a big pile of them end up in the bin by the door. Or most commonly, the attendee doesn’t … Continue reading Don’t throw name badges in the bin after an event – reuse them

Save money on your next plastic ID card printer

Trade-in deals available when you buy an Evolis Card Printer – get up to £150 off If you’re in the market for a new ID card printer, you can trade-in your old card printer for money off the best-selling Evolis range. Save £150 on the Evolis Primacy Dual-Sided Card Printer – strong performance for double sided … Continue reading Save money on your next plastic ID card printer

Magstripes to microns: Just what do they mean anyway?

  Know your onions when it comes to plastic cards There’s a fair bit of jargon when it comes to printed plastic cards. Here’s how to know your LoCo from your HiCo (and whether you need them at all). Microns You’ll notice that plastic cards are measured in microns rather than mm’s. This refers to the … Continue reading Magstripes to microns: Just what do they mean anyway?

Save money when printing your 2015 membership cards

Most clubs use a card bureau to issue their membership cards, or print their own in-house. A combination of the two may be most cost-effective… With 2015 nearly upon us, many clubs and organisations are in the throes of organising their membership programme for the new year. Printing the actual membership cards themselves is often the biggest … Continue reading Save money when printing your 2015 membership cards

Deck the halls with… printed plastic cards

What do you do with your used gift cards & old printed plastic cards? We generally have a load of old printed plastic cards lying around (no surprise there). There are only so many guitar picks we can make, especially given we don’t even play the guitar. And we already have an inexhaustible supply of ice scapers. … Continue reading Deck the halls with… printed plastic cards