The best PVC Card Printers if you’re printing less than 1,000 cards a year and what they’ll cost you If this is your first card printer purchase, it can be rather overwhelming knowing where to start. With so many different printer models on the market, how do you know which is the best ID card … Continue reading Best ID Card Printer for entry-level users
Magicard has just launched the Magicard 300 into its range of plastic card printers and positioned it as a direct replacement for the best-selling and much loved Enduro. So what makes it better than the Enduro and why should you buy it? The Magicard 300 is faster, more efficient, more secure and a bit easier … Continue reading The new Magicard 300 ID Card printer is here, but how does it compare to the Enduro?
Plastic ID Card Printer Package created for GDPR – Keep your Data Safe – Just £699* If you’re looking for an ID Card Printer that’s not too expensive, produces great quality plastic cards quickly and helps you meet GDPR requirements by keeping your data safe, we recommend the IDP Smart 51 Secure. We classify the … Continue reading Brilliant Budget Offer – IDP Smart 51 Secure Card Printer
Pebble4, Dualys3, QB10 and Tattoo Card Printers – Evolis announce the withdrawal of spare parts Production of the Pebble and Dualys printers from Evolis stopped some years ago, and they have recently announced the end of life for their related spare parts. What does this mean if you have a Pebble or Dualys card printer? … Continue reading End of Life Notice for Evolis Pebble & Dualys Printers
Just £597 for an Enduro 3E Card Printer (including a free upgrade to Double Sided) when you trade-in If your old plastic card printer is nearing the end of its life, but you don’t want to spend a fortune on a new one, this could be the deal for you. Especially if you’re currently using … Continue reading £50 off a Magicard Enduro when you trade-in your old ID card printer
It may have come onto the market around three months later than planned, but it looks like the Magicard Rio Pro 360 has been worth the wait. Magicard experienced problems getting the printer out onto the market early in January, so took some extra time to make sure they got everything right before releasing it. … Continue reading Introducing the new Magicard Rio Pro 360
If you print your own ID cards, membership cards or other plastic cards in-house, be careful you don’t put yourself at risk of a data breach without realising it GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is the hot topic in Boardrooms around country at the moment, and if it isn’t, it should be. The new GDPR … Continue reading What about the data you leave behind?
As of November 2017, The IDP Smart-50 card printer range has been discontinued, and replaced with the new Smart-51; IDP’s next generation of mid-range card printers. So what’s changed? The official line is that the Smart 51-has inherited the most successful and proven elements of the Smart-50 card printers, but comes with superior speed … Continue reading New Smart-51 Card Printer range replaces the Smart-50
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
Protect your ID cards from copying and tampering Realistically, anyone could copy your photo ID cards if they have half a brain and a dye sublimation printer. It might not be totally perfect, but it’s likely to be good enough to fool a security guard or event officials. Put a hologram or a watermark layer … Continue reading How to include holograms & watermarks on ID cards