Who makes Fargo printers?
The HID Fargo DTC1500 printer

Fargo by HID is known for producing reliable, highly capable, and easy to use ID card printers scaled for a variety of printing applications from basic, low-volume ID issuance to routine issuance of secure, high-definition ID cards.

Fargo card printers are widely used for printing ID cards, badges, access cards, and other plastic card applications. These printers are known for their reliability, quality, and advanced features. They are commonly employed in various industries, including corporate offices, educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and government organizations.

Fargo printers use direct-to-card or retransfer printing technologies to produce high resolution, durable, and secure cards.

Key Features:

  • Direct-to-Card Printing: This technology prints directly onto the surface of the card, making it a cost-effective option for high-volume card issuance.
  • Retransfer Printing: This technology involves printing on a transparent film that is then thermally bonded to the card surface, providing enhanced print quality, durability, and the ability to print on uneven card surfaces.
  • Encoding Options: Fargo printers often come with encoding options for magnetic stripe, smart card, or RFID card encoding, allowing for the integration of additional functionality into the cards.
  • Security Features: Fargo printers may include features such as holographic overlays, UV printing, and lamination to enhance the security of printed cards and prevent counterfeiting.
  • Card Design Software: Fargo printers are usually bundled with card design software that allows users to create and customize card designs with text, images, and security features.
  • Ease of Use: These printers are designed to be user-friendly, with intuitive interfaces and easy-to-use controls.

Popular models under the Fargo brand include the Fargo DTC series and the Fargo HDP series.
HID Fargo Consumables


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