Badging In and Out

Anderson, Bob
January 2005
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
The article discusses the type of printer to be used by various organizations. The number of cards one intends to print and how quickly those cards need to be printed will help determine the type of printer specified. A good rule of thumb is that if printing less than 12,000 cards a year, it is possible to get by with a smaller, single-sided printer. If printing more than 12,000 but less than 30,000, the organization will need a printer with more advanced features, such as dual-sided printing. For those printing more than 30,000 cards, a top-of-the-line printer that prints on both sides and includes a dual sided laminating station can run 120 cards an hour will be perfect. A card printer needs to be especially easy to use if it will be operated by more than one person. INSET: "Offing" Visitor Log Book.


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