The NiSCA card printers PR-C101 and PR-C201 are having END OF LIFE and will be discontinued. They are no longer available. All consumables and spare parts are available until Year 2026.

Card Printers

Printer for Plastic Cards and Smartcards

CardPlus offer a wide range of Plastic Card Printer from Dascom, Entrust / Datacard, Evolis, HID / Fargo, Luca, Matica, NiSCA, Pointman, RTAI, Seaory and Zebra to satisfy all your personalization and encoding needs. We have the best printer for your application and volume requirements whether you would like to personalize your card in monochrome, thermal transfer-, color dye-sublimation or in high quality re-transfer technology.

If you would like to secure your plastic card with an additional transparent or holographic overlay (laminate) we offer Card printer that have an integrated Lamination station.

Each application has its own requirements and therefore CardPlus always selects the best possible technology for you.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further consultation to select the right product for your personalization needs –
+49 212 22440256 or info@cardplus.de

Datacard SD360

Datacard® SD360™ two-sided card printer are packed with industry-leading innovations that make desktop ID card printing simple and economical.

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Datacard SD260

Datacard® SD260™ one-sided card printers are packed with industry-leading innovations that make desktop ID card printing simple and economical.

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NiSCA PR-C151

High speed, low cost, dual-sided

The NiSCA PR-C151 offers a small foot-print, 24-bit color, 256-Grayscale, security lamination, encoding options and prints at the astounding speed of over 144* cards/hour and 16MB of memory!

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NiSCA PR-C101

The NiSCA PR-C101 card printer is the entry model into professional card printing and provides excellent print quality, compact design at a very attractive price.

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NiSCA PR-C201

NiSCA’s re-transfer printing technology allows you to print FULL COLOR, FULL BLEED IMAGES in brilliant true color. The re-transfer process uses dye sublimation to print a high-resolution image in reverse directly onto the film base.

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