ID Card Printer
An ID card printer allows you to print custom-designed identification cards in-house, fantastic for saving money on large print runs and promoting on-demand reprinting. POSMicro carries a wide variety of ID card printers, designed for different print volumes or durability needs.
A great choice for universities, warehouses, or any business needing cards quickly and in large quantities, an ID card printer gives you greater versatility than ordering bulk runs of cards. Please be aware that extra steps are required to process an ID card printer purchase.
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ID Card Printer More Information
The following models have been discontinued and are no longer carried by POSMicro.com. In some cases, accessories may still be available. We will try to list replacement models in the product description when available.Datacard | Select Platinum
Fargo | DTC300
Zebra | 320i
Datacard ID Card Printers supply businesses with the means to create secure, personalized identification solutions for employees and customers. Desktop sized and feature-packed, every Datacard ID Card Printer is built with value in mind, and Datacard offers models for low, medium, and high volume printing at appropriate price points.
The Fargo ID Card Printer product line includes the popular Persona models, designed for on- demand, full-color or monochrome printing on plastic ID cards. Great for membership IDs, employee badges and school IDs, Fargo ID Card Printers are available for dual or single-sided printing and include options like magnetic stripe encoding and photo ID software.
Zebra manufactures a complete line of ID Card Printers and encoders designed for high-quality generation of gift cards, drivers licenses, employee IDs and access control cards. Portability, speed and durability are features found in all Zebra Card Printers. Zebra Card Printers work with a variety of card media options and security protocols including RFID, proximity access control, magnetic stripes and smart cards.