The Datacard 512643-002 CR805 card printer gives customers a complete, on-demand card printing solution with stunning color, card material flexibility, security features and durability they need to create virtually any type of card for their customers, citizens, and employees.
Reverse Image Transfer (Re-Transfer) Card Printing Technology
This ID card printer utilizes “Re-Transfer” printing technology, which diffuses ink (in the form of a ribbon) to a dye receptive film known as a “transfer film”. Once all necessary colors have been applied to the transfer film, it is then fused to a blank PVC or Composite card material. This two-step printing process allows for a high definition “over the edge” printed card. Since the transfer process is not limited by a fixed printhead, but rather utilizes the flexible transfer film material, the re-transfer method is ideal for highly detailed imagery (up to 600dots/in), which can be applied to uneven surfaces such as ID cards with embedded electronic chips (smart cards). Along with advanced printing definition and overall card coverage, the lifespan of a re-transfer printhead is dramatically increased by the lack of contact with the card substrate.
This ID card printer prints with a resolution of 600 dpi (dots per inch) or 23.6 dpm (dots per millimeter).
Single Sided ID Card Printing
This ID card printer can print on only one side of a PVC or Composite card.
ID Card Flattener Module
When the goal is to produce sophisticated and secure ID cards, presentation matters. Don't settle for cards that come out of the printer bent when there is a simple solution; an inline debower that flattens cards instantly after printing and/or laminating ensuring ISO standards for quality are met. These flattener modules are installed in an ID card printer and prevent warping from heat during the printing process. Don't sacrifice quality or aesthetic in your ID cards-ensure a professional look and durability by adding and ID Card Flattener Module to your card printer.
This ID card printer is also with a contact station, allowing you to read and encode a card with an embedded contact chip.