There are many reasons to implement an ID card printer: visual identification, time and attendance and physical access are just a few of the main motivations. Determining which ID printer best suites your needs is key to successfully implementing an identification program that does everything you need it to.
The 3 most important questions to answer before you start:
1. Do you want to print on one or both sides of the card?
2. Will your cards need special encoding (magnetic stripe, contact chip, contactless)?
3. How many cards will you be printing, on average, per year?
Below are the basic specifications for the ID Maker Advantage and ID Maker Primacy. Head-to-head these printers offer a lot of the same features. Both printers are good for medium to large print runs and can print dual or single sided cards. Both print quickly and efficiently. And both have a 3-year warranty.