How to Print Plastic ID Card with Canon iP7240
If you have used or seen the iP7240 being used to print papers, photos, CDs etc you would not be wrong or asking too much if you dared to wonder if that was all it could do. These questions have crossed the heart of millions of canon user’s, and one of such question is if this printer can really print a quality plastic ID card.
PVC printing used to be the exclusive reserve of FORGO printers and other expensive machine, not to talk of the high maintenance cost, expensive parts, expertise needed, expensive consumables and delicate nature of these expensive machines and the printhead, but thanks to the incredible power and versatility of the iP7240.
You can now setup a Plastic ID Printing outfit with a small budget! All you need need are
Requirement for Plastic ID Printing:
- ID Tray
- PVC Card
- ID Card Template
Step to Take When Printing The ID Card:
Finished ID Production
My Opinion on the PIXMA iP7240 ID Printing Output
I think that the iP7240 (72 40) is one of the best ID Card Printer in its class. It’s finished product can compare with any printer out there. To even know that it is 10 times cheaper to other ID Card printers make it a bargain especially for small users and new start ups. Why am I saying this? Because I have been using this product for at least three years now. It has proven to be reliable and durable. The ID print quality is as good as (if not better than) any inkjet CD Printer out there.
It is important to state here that you can actually use this printer to:
- Print on CD/DVD
- Print Photo
- Print (any thing reguolar printers can print)
- Print on Edible material (with edible ink)