Retransfer Printing: Only for technology cards? Or is it right for your ID and access card needs?

4/26/18 2:23 pm EST

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Retransfer card printing can provide the ultimate in reliability, durability and card security when printing technology cards. But with entry-level prices dropping, now might be the time to consider this technology for your ID and access cards too. 

How can you determine if retransfer printing is right for you? 

Join Digital Identification Solutions to learn: 
  • How retransfer differs from direct-to-card printing, plus the advantages and proper uses of both
  • How to determine if retransfer printing is right for your security and reliability needs
  • The top 5 questions to answer before you decide to buy a retransfer printer
Jonathan Bowen 
Product Manager, Digital Identification Solutions
 
Jonathan Bowen is Product Manager for Digital Identification Solutions, LLC. As a former technician, he repaired printers and supported customers over the phone and on-site, gaining first-hand experience with printing technology in the field. With the understanding of which printing technologies best meet specific printing needs, he was directly responsible for the first ever adoption of retransfer printers by a US DMV for driver’s license issuance in 2007. Today he helps organizations understand how the right printing technology can lower their maintenance and operating costs while increasing security.
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