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The SP75+ direct-to-card printer features dual-sided card printing with built-in single-sided lamination for extended card life and security. Magnetic stripe encoding, smart card encoding, and dual-sided lamination options are available as upgrades. In addition to the Datacard SP75+ printer, the system conveniently includes everything you need to start printing cards out of the box in one convenient, money-saving bundle.
- The Datacard SP Series ID system provides everything you need to quickly and easily get your card printing program up and running. While a Datacard SP Series printer can be purchased as a stand-alone piece of equipment, it does not come with all of the necessary supplies to begin making cards. It's very important, especially for first-time card printer users, to also get the supplies necessary for card production.Our bundled systems contain supplies and equipment that seamlessly work together. Most systems include a printer, software, ribbon, camera, and cards. The laminating SP Series also includes laminate. Plus, you can easily customize the system to meet your unique printing program requirements. For example, you can change the type of card, add printer features (such as encoding, lamination, etc.), upgrade to a more advanced ID camera or ID software, and add extended warranty and/or loaner coverage.Not only can a system make your purchase decision easier, it is also easy on the pocketbook. Buying a bundled SP Series ID system costs less than if the items were purchased individually! ID systems are a convenient and economical way to establish a card printing program at your organization.
- If you recall the old days of cutting and pasting an ID card together, lamination may confuse you a bit. You might wonder why you would need lamination when printing directly to plastic.In plastic card printing, lamination is a clear protective layer that is applied over the top of your printed cards by a printer with lamination capability. It offers three primary benefits to a plastic ID card:Lamination extends the life of your card by protecting it from wear, such as being swiped in a magnetic stripe reader.Lamination protects your cards from fading and dye migration when exposed to the sun.Holographic lamination increases the security of your cards by making them difficult to copy.Choose a laminating SP Series ID system if your cards will be swiped in a mag stripe reader or will be worn in harsher environments, such as in the sun. Lamination will protect your cards from fading and extend their life--so you'll need to reprint cards less frequently, saving you time and supplies costs!
- Lamination adds a layer of protection from everyday wear and tear. The cards at the right illustrate the durability of lamination. The card on the left is laminated, while the card on the right is not laminated.Both cards were scratched with a set of keys. The laminated card is unscathed, while the non-laminated card is visibly damaged.
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