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Product Spotlight: Zebra ZXP Series 7 Printers

By |April 29th, 2013|

Utilizing the latest in card printing technology, Zebra recently introduced their new ZXP Series 7 ID card printers designed to provide high-volume, high-quality printing. Available in either single-sided or dual-sided models, the ZXP Series 7 […]

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New Zebra ZXP Series 8 Photo ID Systems Deliver High Speed, High Definition Printing

By |October 15th, 2012|

For ID card programs looking for increased card security, we’ve recently added three new photo ID systems featuring the Zebra ZXP Series 8 reverse transfer ID card printer. Designed for speed, the ZXP 8 prints […]

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The sticky truth about adhesive-back cards

By |October 14th, 2011|

Adhesive-back cards, also called sticky-back cards, are typically used with technology cards that are too thick for some ID card printers. Card information is first printed on the thin adhesive-back cards and then affixed to the thicker technology card.
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Presenting four new ZXP Series 3 photo ID systems

By |June 15th, 2011|

We are welcoming the ZXP Series 3 to AlphaCard by making it the centerpiece of four new photo ID systems. Zebra’s newest card printer offers easy usability, low upkeep and fast results, making it a great option for small to mid-size businesses.
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Zebra visits AlphaCard

By |June 14th, 2011|

AlphaCard hosted two Zebra west coast representatives who came by today to present us with the ZXP Series 3. Karen and Nick traveled from Seattle and California to demonstrate the key features of Zebra’s latest card printer to our technical support and sales teams.
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Presenting the Zebra ZXP 3 printer

By |March 14th, 2011|

AlphaCard is offering a new printer from Zebra. The ZXP 3 is a no-fuss solution to producing great looking cards. With optional magnetic stripe encoding, this printer is ideal for small to mid-size organizations to create student IDs, customer loyalty cards and employee badges.
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Introducing 2011 Printer Rebate Offers for Fargo and Zebra printers

By |February 18th, 2011|

Now that 2011 is in full swing so are popular printer rebate programs from Fargo and Zebra. With AlphaCard’s Printer Rebate Offers you could save big on a new Fargo or Zebra printer by taking advantage of the rebate credits offered from both printer manufacturers when you trade in your old printer for a new one.
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Video clips for Zebra and Magicard ID card printers added to AlphaCard.com

By |February 8th, 2011|

Zebra and Magicard are known for providing innovative card printing solutions. From entry level printers like the Zebra P120i or the Magicard Pronto and Enduro right on up to high-performance, high-volume printers including the Zebra ZXP Series 8 retransfer printer and the brand new Magicard Rio Pro, Zebra and Magicard offer card printing solutions across a wide range of industries.
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Zebra releases firmware updates for Value class ID card printers

By |January 21st, 2011|

Zebra recently introduced a new firmware release, version 2.00 for their line of Value class card printers including the P100i, P110m, P110i, and P120i. This release replaces the current firmware version 1.18.25 and is compatible with the current version 8.00 Value class driver.
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64-bit driver update: Zebra and Fargo join the party

By |May 18th, 2010|

Last week we announced that Magicard has made 64-bit drivers available for its most popular ID card printer models. Well, they weren't the only ones. Zebra and Fargo are also providing updated printer drivers that support 64-bit computers and systems, while Evolis and Datacard already have 64-bit drivers available.
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