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The Zebra ZXP Series 7 ID card printer produces high quality cards quickly and easily. Designed for card applications requiring high volume printing, the ZXP Series 7 card printer also offers security features, including physical locking mechanisms and controllable access privileges. ZXP Series 7 printers are ideal for printing ID cards, corporate ID cards, access control cards, and more.
The ZXP Series 7 card printer offers a number of user-friendly features including:
• Single- or dual-sided printing capabilities
• A graphical status display to easily identify the status of your printer
• Optional single- or dual-sided card lamination capabilities
• Built-in USB and Ethernet connectivity for printing at a single station or over your network
• Optional card encoding to print and encode your cards in a single process
• A combination of dye-sublimation printing and thermal resin printing for vivid, full-color images, sharp black text and readable barcodes
|Single-Side Lamination||Dual-Side Lamination||USB & Ethernet||Magnetic Encoding|
Note: Additional smart card encoding options are available. Please see the ZXP Series 7 product pages for
details. If you prefer, call us at (800) 321-4405 or Chat Live with us for details.
It depends on how much information you need to put on your cards. For example, if you will only be placing the cardholder's photo and name on your cards, the single-sided ZXP Series 7 card printer will be ideal for you. However, if you need to place more information on your cards, we recommend the dual-sided ZXP Series 7 card printer so that you can print to both sides of the card in one, simple process.
Many customers ask if it is possible to print on both sides of the card with a single-sided ZXP Series 7 printer by manually flipping the cards and sending them back through the printer. While technically it is possible, it's not recommended. Printing on both sides of the card with the single-sided ZXP Series 7 will expose the printhead to additional dust, debris, and oil from your fingertips. Damage to a printhead from non-standard use will void warranty coverage, costing you more in the long run.
This non-laminated ID card was placed in a badge holder in direct sunlight for 15 days. Due to the heat, the printed card image transferred from the card to the badge holder.
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