Select one of our IDP photo ID systems and you’ll receive all the essential components needed to capture, manage and print credentials for a secure identification program. Save time and money by purchasing your IDP card printer, photo ID camera, and supplies including badge cards and authentic color ribbons, all in one bundle. Shop systems by printer model or by the ability to print a card single-sided, dual-sided or with lamination. launching your card issuance program has never been easier!
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Why Choose an IDP ID Card System?
Our IDP systems provide everything you need to quickly and easily get your card printing program up and running. While an IDP printer can be purchased individually, it won’t come with the supplies required to create and print an ID card. Consider each of the starter supplies you’ll need to hunt down without a system: a camera to capture identification photos, the correct ribbon needed to produce prints, and compatible plastic cards used to verify identity. The research alone can be daunting, especially for first-time card printers.
With our bundled systems, you can be sure you’re getting supplies and equipment that will work seamlessly together. Most IDP systems include a printer, software, ribbon, camera, and cards. Plus, each system can easily be customized for varying needs. For example, you can typically select a different card type, add printer features (such as encoding), upgrade to a more advanced ID camera, modify your ID software choice, and add an 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 IDP 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.
What's the Difference Between a Single-Sided and a Dual-Sided IDP System?
A single-sided system includes a printer that prints on one side of a card, while a dual-sided system offers a printer that prints on both sides of an ID card in a single process.
Choose a single-sided IDP system if you will be creating ID cards with limited cardholder information. Choose a dual-sided IDP system if you require more than a few pieces of credential information displayed on the card. Tip: Using both sides of an ID card promotes an easy-to-read layout without sacrificing credential information.
Think your needs may change in the future? Single-sided IDP printer systems can be upgraded to double-sided capability by simply adding a flipper module. If there is any chance for change or if you anticipate your organization’s card application will expand, we recommend selecting an IDP printer that offers easy upgrade options.