The retransfer process uses dye sublimation to print a high-resolution image in reverse directly onto the film base. The printer then thermally transfers the image and film onto the card surface through heat and pressure, thermally bonding it to the card surface.
The new CR805 retransfer card printer uses pigment ink, which is not susceptible to UV fading, resulting in images that last much longer. This results in less card replacements, lowering the cost of your card program.
Vision IDZ is a 100% owned & operated Australian Company, established in 1996. It is one of the most successful card printer companies with a customer base in excess of 400 sites.
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