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Let’s be honest. It’s been a while since you used your ID printer. In fact, this might be your first time doing it if that responsibility recently landed on you. This is the way you actually get it up and running light the very first time.
As safety in schools has become a prominent issue over the last few decades, due to school shootings, bomb threats and a heightened awareness of how vulnerable student and staff really are, many schools have implemented ID programs as their first step in creating a safer school. If your school hasn’t implemented an ID program you should. Here are a few ways your school can benefit from a school ID program. . .
Consider this your “How To” guide to implement proximity cards.
Let’s cover everything you have to know about prox cards and follow these steps in order to do it right. Prox cards require a few steps to get it right and if you skip something there is a good chance you can cause yourself a lot of headache. Let’s be proactive and skip the headache.
If you’re anything like me, you don’t necessarily look forward to having your picture taken, especially for an ID badge. Think about it – your driver’s license stays in your wallet, tucked away from the eyes of your friends and coworkers. On the other hand, many companies require that employees display their ID badge for all eyes to see!
Below is some advice for you and your ID badge “photographer” that will help you to put your best foot forward in your ID badge photo.
Let’s start with the basics...If a printer prints in 600dpi that must be twice as clear as a 300dpi print right? Not exactly. You see, in order to actually see any higher quality print, the file size being printed needs to be much larger. It’s like watching a VHS tape on an HD TV...
It’s no secret that ID card printers are expensive but you can still find a good printer on a tight budget. In this post we will give you some budget friendly ID card printer options as well as some insider tips for finding the best cheap ID card printer for you. Hint, sales and refurbished options are out there.
An ID card printer is a machine that prints on a plastic
(PVC) card. They are used to print employee ID badges, membership cards, credit
cards and more. If you are just starting to research ID printers, it is
important to know what you need it to do because there are tons of options out
If you’re looking for an extremely reliable high-volume id card printer that will provide crisp and detailed prints, the Evolis Avansia is the one for you.
If you’re looking for the ultimate ID card printer in security, reliability and print quality, the Magicard Ultima is the one for you.