The Zebra ZXP 3 model has been replaced with the Zebra ZC300 and ZC350 Series, an enhanced, next-generation model of easy-to-use, direct-to-card Zebra printers available in your choice of single-sided or dual-sided printing. Now with convenient plug-and-play set up and auto-adjusting card size recognition, Zebra ZC Series printers allow users to seemlessly begin printing cards. You can view the ultra compact ZC300 and ZC350 printers below to find the right match for your printing needs!
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What are the main features and benefits of the Zebra ZXP 3?
Zebra ZXP Series 3 printers feature fast prints speeds and a high print quality. They combine ease-of-use with advanced features at an affordable price point.
ZXP Series 3 card printers offer a number of user-friendly features including:
Single- or dual-sided printing capabilities
Zebra's eco-friendly, high capacity ribbons
Fast print speeds with ZRaster™ image processing technology and landscape printing
Dye-sublimation printing for vivid images and thermal resin printing for sharp black text and barcodes
Optional lockable enclosure and card feeder and obscured output hopper for added security
A standard USB connection with an Ethernet option for printing over a network
Encoding options for writing electronic data to your cards
Should I choose the single-sided ZXP Series 3 or the dual-sided ZXP Series 3?
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 3 may be ideal for you. However, if you need to place more information on your cards, we recommend the dual-sided ZXP Series 3 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 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 a single-sided ZXP Series 3 printer will expose the printhead to dust, debris, and oil from your fingertips, which can cause expensive printhead damage. Plus, damage to a printhead from non-standard use will void the warranty coverage, costing you more in the long run.