The Rio Pro is an evolutionary replacement for Magicard’s highly
popular Rio and Tango printers. Built for professionals, the Rio
Pro’s superior card printing quality is complemented with a full
range of options: single or double-sided printing (with field
upgrade available), batch or single card printing and secure
encoding with magnetic stripe, contact and contactless technologies.
Built-in Standard HoloKote® can also be customized to an individual
logo or security design,
The Enduro is a single-sided printer which can be easily field
upgraded to double-sided by means of a simple drop-in upgrade.
The Enduro Duo is pre-configured as a double-sided printer. This
printer allows users with both batch-printing and one-off card
printing convenience with it's card feeder in the rear and a hand
feeder card slot in the front.
The Enduro features the patented HoloKote watermark technology,
printed on the card during the normal print cycle, with no
additional consumable costs.
The Magicard Pronto printer features single card feed that allows
you to produce a personalized card on demand in moments.It offers
edge to edge and sharp image quality for simple and easy card
printing in a compact and highly reliable package.
The Pronto's aesthetic curves hide an ultra-robust product. Its
light and compact design makes it easy to transport to any location
and reside on any counter or desktop. The Pronto delivers low cost
printing and free card visual security with its built-in HoloKote
anticounterfeiting watermark feature. A choice of 4 free standard
watermark designs are selectable via the driver.
The Prima 4 printer’s reverse transfer printing technology delivers
superb print quality and is the ideal choice for printing technology
embedded cards, as well as high volume batch printing. The ID card
image is printed from the YMCK dye film onto a clear retransfer film
in a “reverse image”, and is then laminated onto the card surface.
The printed image is protected from scratching and fading by the
clear film layer.
In comparison, dye sublimation printers transfer the dyes directly
onto the card surface using thermal transfer dye diffusion
technology, followed by a thin acrylic varnish. Both methods use
YMCK dye films, but the reverse transfer method uses an additional
polyester transfer film.