Available with your choice of single-sided or dual-sided printing, the Fargo HDP6600 delivers reliably superior print quality at an impressive 230 cards/ hour rate, as well as advanced security options. Featuring a modular design for flexibility, Fargo HDP6600 printers offer field upgrades for dual-sided printing, encoding options, dual-input card hoppers, and more!
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What are the Main Features and Benefits of the Fargo HDP6600?
HID Fargo HDP6600 printers offer impressive high-quality images and flexible printing options to create a variety of applications.
HDP6600 card printers offer a variety of robust, yet easy-to-use features including:
Single- or dual-sided printing capabilities
User-friendly SmartScreen that helps you navigate your printer
Standard USB and Ethernet connectivity for flexibility in where your printer is placed in your facility
Optional magnetic stripe, prox, contact and contactless card encoding to print and encode your cards in a single process
Modular design to easily upgrade to more advanced features
600 dpi printing option to help create crisp, intricate text
The ability to print to a variety of cards, including pre-punched cards, perforated cards, prox, contact and contactless smart cards and more
"Over-the-edge" printing, covering the entire card surface, including the ability to print right up to contact chips
What are the Benefits of 600 DPI Printing?
600 dpi printing allows you to print very intricate images, as well as tiny text. Creating vivid, highly-detailed artwork on your ID cards has never been easier. The high-definition printing of the HDP6600 also makes it possible to print intricate characters that were previously not possible, such as those used in Cyrillic or Mandarin.
What is a Retransfer Printer?
Retransfer printers print card images to clear retransfer film that is then fused to the surface of a card with intense heat. This type of printing process allows rich, vibrant images that covers the entire surface of your cards. It also allows you to print images to cards with uneven surfaces, such as prox cards, smart cards, perforated cards, and more. Printing to these types of cards with a direct-to-card printer could result in damage to the printhead if the uneven surface comes in contact with the printhead. The retransfer printing process eliminates this risk as the printhead does not come into direct contact with the card. It is this same process that allows the printer to create true over the edge images rather than leaving a small border around the edge of the card.