Plastic card printers are printers specialized in printing to rectangular plastic substrates. The most popular card printers use a process called thermal transfer and are used to put text or an image onto a card.
Card printing refers to the process of producing various types of cards, such as identification cards, access cards, credit cards, loyalty cards, and more, using specialized printers. These printers are capable of printing on plastic cards, typically PVC or other durable materials.
It involves creating designs, graphics, text, and encoding data onto the cards using techniques like thermal printing, dye-sublimation, or inkjet printing. The process can include adding security features like holograms, UV printing, magnetic stripes, smart chips, or other technologies to prevent counterfeiting or unauthorized use.
These cards are used printing for businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, and various industries to issue identification badges, membership cards, financial cards, and access control cards for security, identification, and authentication purposes.
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