Speed, Quality, Flexibility in ID Printers

Zalud, Bill
January 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2007, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p36
Trade Publication
The article discusses the features that should be present when choosing identification (ID) card printers. As an assistant director at CatCard Services, Diane Tatterfield is responsible for the production of ID cards, maintenance of card equipment and databases related to identity management for the University of Arizona and is using four Team Nisca printers. She added that speed, quality, easy to clean are the features that one should look for in an ID printers.


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