The Magicard Enduro ID card printer has been discontinued, and has been replaced with the next generation Magicard Enduro+ ID card printer.
Please see the Supplies tab for Magicard Enduro-specific supplies and replacement parts. Additionally, if you are looking for user manuals, support, or downloads, please see the Support & Downloads tab for more information.
Not sure if you need single-sided or duplex printing? With the Magicard Enduro single-sided printer, you can buy now and decide later. This card printer features an innovative single side to duplex printing upgrade available when you need it, along with all of the latest and greatest technologies, including high quality edge-to-edge printing, standard Magicard HoloKote anti-counterfeit watermarking, optional magnetic encoding, and more!
|Printing Capability||Single-sided printing|
|Color Capability||Color & monochrome printing, plus monochrome rewritable printing|
|Printing Speeds (sec/card)|| 7 seconds (monochrome (K) single-sided card)
35 seconds (full-color (YMCKO) single-sided card)
|Input Hopper Capacity||100|
|Output Hopper Capacity||30|
|Card Sizes Accepted||CR80 - standard credit card size|
|Card Thickness Accepted||20-40 mil|
|Interface||USB 1.1 (USB 2.0 compatible)|
|Software Drivers||Microsoft® Windows® 2000, 2003 & 2008 Server, XP, Vista (32- & 64-bit) & Windows 7 (32- & 64-bit)|
|Warranty||2 years on printer|
|Weight & Dimensions||12 lbs (5.5 kg), 8.1'' x 9.2'' x 17.8'' (206mm x 233mm x 453mm)|
|Printer Includes|| USB cable
Ultra Printer Driver CD
Input & output hoppers
|Printer Options|| Encoding -
Extended warranties through ID Wholesaler, including options to add printer loaner coverage to standard warranty
|MSRP||Our Price||You Save|
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