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NiSCA to demo new printer at NACCU

Monday, April 9, 2012

Plastic card printer NiSCA has rolled out its newest retransfer printer, the PR-C201, which will be displayed at the 19th annual National Association of Campus Card Users conference in Seattle, Wash., April 21-25.

The PR-C201 features printing speeds of 160 cards per hour, while printing in 24 bit color at 600 dpi.

NiSCA offers a range of printers that produce full color plastic cards for corporations, education and government organizations. The printers are sold through the Team NiSCA sales organization in Somerset, N.J. [end] 

Evolis has unveiled the AVANSIA, a new printer that utilizes retransfer-printing technology to deliver high quality, high durability cards.

With retransfer printing, the card layout is first printed on a transparent film and then the print layer is transferred to the card. This technology makes it possible to cover the entire surface of the card, eliminate white edges and protect the print head from damage.

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If you are attending the 2014 NACCU Conference next week in Chicago, don’t miss out on your chance to walk away with an iPad Mini, a Kindle or one of a stack of great gift cards and other prizes.

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The National Association of Campus Card Users is now officially accepting nominations for its Board of Directors.

NACCU is an association that specializes in the campus card transaction industry, serving the national and international community. The association is the one source dedicated to high quality educational programs, resources, services and tools.

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St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is now providing its students with mobile printing at the university’s many computer labs. There’s just one problem, students are yet to take advantage.

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