How does a card printer print my cards? Most desktop card printers work in a very similar way, with the exception to retransfer printers, which we will discuss later.
The colour ribbons for card printers have 5 or 6 panels which are called YMCKO or YMCKOK, this stands for yellow, magenta, cyan, black and overlay (and a further black panel for YMCKOK ribbons which will print black to the rear of the card).
The printers have a print head which heats up the ribbon to varying temperatures to transfer the colour to the card, the variances of the temperature are so minute..
After years of practice I can finally fit all of the exhibition kit in the back of my car -JUST!!!
Setting up has also transcended into an art form! The legs are grabbing a lot of attention!
Pleased to say the second bottle of bubbly made it to the event. Now we need to draw a winner...
and the winner is.... Rob Carey from Safety Shoe Company Limited, the Champers will be winging it's way to you early next week! Enjoy!
ID Card Centre – 19 Scirocco Close, Moulton Park, Northampton, NN3 6AP
Tel: 01604 422 422 – Email: email@example.com
ID Card Print..
We are exhibiting at the Facilities show next week 14th-16th May and this week has been choc full of preparations.
Leg table – check
Bottle of Bubbly to give away – double check (had to buy twice as the first bottle mysteriously disappeared)
Literature printed – check
Lanyard tree – check
Demo ID Card Printers – Check
Card Exchange software demo – check
Business Cards –check (printed on ID Cards of course)
Now what am I missing… I have this horrible feeling I have forgotten something!
Four day weeks are challenging enough but somehow despite good intentions I managed to lea..
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