Nisca ID card printers are versatile, cost-effective and secure solutions designed to meet all your requirements:
Nisca ID card printers are trusted for their reliability and unrivaled print quality. To choose the right printer, consider these differentiating features:
Nisca ID card printers are chosen whenever print quality and card security are required:
The Swiftpro K30 and K60 Retransfer ID Card Printers fulfill enterprise needs to issue high-resolution and secure badges in a cost-effective way in high volumes. They offer increased capacity and the best print quality.
The Swiftpro K30 and K60 Retransfer ID Card Printers are available in different models to meet all requirements:
The Swiftpro K30 and K60 Retransfer ID Card Printers are feature-packed for unsurpassed performance and the highest printing resolution available:
Several options are available to convert your Swiftpro K30 and K60 Retransfer ID Card Printers into powerful encoding machines.
The easiest – and most inexpensive – way to add data is through barcodes. No need for a specific encoder: all you need to do is add a barcode in the design of your cards through your software.
If you need to print and encode cards with a magnetic stripe, choose a Swiftpro K30 and K60 with a magnetic encoder. Widely used in access control and time and attendance, magnetic cards are an affordable choice for your badges.
If you need more secure badges, opt for a Swiftpro K30 and K60 Retransfer ID Card Printer with smart card encoder. With contact and contactless smart cards, the data is securely encoded into an embedded chip. To store data and to be read, a contact smart card must be inserted into a reader, while contactless smart cards only need to be waved within range of a reader. Perfect for student IDs, healthcare cards, loyalty cards or government IDs, smart cards can now easily be created with a Swiftpro K30 and K60 Retransfer ID Card Printer with smart-card encoder.
The Swiftpro K30 and K60 Retransfer ID Card Printers perfectly adapt to your needs thanks to a number of optional modules: