Find helpful information to help you choose the right equipment for your ID application.
Learn about the differences between a single- and a dual-sided printer, and which is best for you.
Learn about the three primary benefits of laminating a plastic card. See examples of lamination at work!
Watch a short video that offers tips on finding the best printer for you and your application.
Learn more about the types of ID cards available and card design tips.
This is a great place to start if you’re new to ID badge printing. Learn five basic steps to make an ID badge!
Check out our top six tips to help with your card design and what elements to include on your badges.
Learn about your options when it comes to plastic cards, plus info on card thicknesses and sizes.
Learn about software capabilities and which kind of software is best for your.
Not all ID software is the same. Learn about ID software and the various levels available, and which is best for you.
To decide which software is right for you, take a look at the three levels of software: entry-level, mid-level, and fully-featured.
Do you know who is visiting your facility? Learn about the software and equipment you’ll need to monitor visitors.
Find helpful information on how to choose the best accessory to display your ID badges.
Curious about the items you’ll need to complete your ID system? Here’s a guide!
Answer a series of helpful questions to determine which badge accessory is right for your needs.
There are a number of ways to customize a badge reel to make it work for your business.
Additional Photo ID Resources
Learn more about photo ID terminology and real life photo ID applications.
Learn common photo ID terms and definitions used in the ID industry.
Discover how a photo ID system can help your industry.
Read success stories form real ID Wholesaler customers.
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