When you purchase our ID card kits, you’ll get everything you could need to create your own ID cards. That includes everything from the cards themselves, to the holographic images to the butterfly pouches. These packs are perfect for companies that are only just starting to produce their own ID cards as they provide everything you need to get started and offer great savings at the same time.
But what do you do when your kit starts to run low? Simple – you use our ID card refill packs to restock yourself! These refill packs can be perfectly customized so that you get only the materials and tools you need and they can include any or all of the following items…
Synthetic paper is ideal for using as the base for your ID cards. That’s because it offers a crisp look and at the same time offers excellent resolution.
Butterfly pouches are laminate pouches that you can use with a laminator in order to protect your ID badges and give them that professional looking sheen. You can get a range of different types of butterfly pouches too from glossy finished ones to matte finishes which are easier to see in direct light.
You can add holograms to your ID badges to increase security. These work by adding an element that is impossible to ‘copy’ with a scanner or photocopier thereby preventing people from fabricating your ID badges. What’s more, holograms add a very professional feel to your cards.
Lanyards can be used to easily loop your ID badges around your neck or wrist and are one method for wearing them and for preventing them from going missing. Lanyards are simple to use, highly affordable and very durable. They also come in a range of colors.
Slot punchers can be used to make holes in your cards for the lanyards or other attachments to feed through.
Blacklights can be used to show ultraviolet images on your ID cards that also lend extra security. This is again an element that can’t be copred and a blacklight will give you an easy way to check the validity of ID cards on-site.
Sandpaper can be used to sand down the edges of your ID cards in order to give them rounded corners and to remove any jagged elements that could otherwise be uncomfortable to hold or even cut the user.
Magnetic Stripe Encoders/Readers
The magnetic stripe on an ID card can be used to store all kinds of information. Normally, this information will be identifying information that can be used to help you tell if someone is who they say they are, as well as to log who is coming in and out of your building and more. At the same time, magnetic stripe encoders can be used to add points to a loyalty card and to restrict access to certain areas on your premises.
So just identify what you need to stock up, place an order and then get back to making as many ID cards as you need!