Budget Badge ID Card Systems and Supplies

September 9, 2011

ID Card Printers & ID Badge Printers

Filed under: Uncategorized — John @ 5:13 pm
Printing your own ID badges in-house can help strengthen and streamline
your badge issuance process, automate visitor and employee tracking, and
provide a clean, professional impression of your company.
PVC cards, broadly known as plastic cards, require printers other than the
traditional consumer-grade inkjet or laser printers, because of their smooth surface.
Thermal transfer is the process that is specific to plastic cards. This process
applies a colored layer from a ribbon onto the flat, plastic surface.
This transfer is performed by a thermal print head that increases the temperature
of the ribbons color layer.

For color printing, this layer turns into gas and reverts to its solid state on the
superficial layer of the plastic card. This process is called sublimation. Monochrome
printing uses a single color. This is a very cost-effective process for
personalizing pre-printed cards. It stands as the ideal solution for cards that do not
require color personal elements such as a picture.

Budget Badge offers a premier selection of ID badge printers by the finest brands in
the industry, including Zebra/Eltron, Datacard, Nisca, Fargo, Digital Identification
Solutions, Evolis, and MagiCard. Whether your company is enterprise level or still
growing,we have the printer to fit your needs and budget.

  • Fully Loaded: Single- or dual-sided printing,
    full color or monochromatic, magnetic stripe encoding, lamination, HoloKote, HoloPatch,
    and Smart Card/E-Card capabilities available
  • Certified Support: We service
    the printers we sell.
  • One-Stop-Shopping: Budget Badge offers a full range of
    supplies and accessories. .
  • Badge printers aren’t just for security. Our badges
    and cards are great for customer reward programs, gift cards, member passes and much more.
  • Expert Assistance: Our qualified and knowledgeable staff is standing by to
    assist with any questions you may have.

1 Comment »

  1. Great information … thankyou JT

    Comment by John — September 9, 2011 @ 5:22 pm

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