Everyday things like switching on a printer, getting milk from the fridge or just turning on a tap are now workplace actions to be negotiated If you’re anything like us, you’re probably extremely aware of how many times you touch shared surfaces at work these days. The simple acts of opening a door or putting … Continue reading Do you open doors with confidence?
Time to upgrade your Badgy ID Card Printer? A few months ago, Evolis announced that they would no longer be producing spare parts for the Badgy1 card printer, thereby signalling its end-of-life. Although they haven’t said anything about discontinuing the ribbons and consumables that go with the Badgy1 just yet, it’s only a matter of … Continue reading £100 Cashback when you upgrade from the Badgy1 to Badgy200 ID Printer
Buy a Magicard ID Card printer & we’ll provide the consumables to print your first cards for free Our key workers have worked tirelessly over the last months to support us all. As a small way of saying thank you, if you’re a key worker company, we’ll supply the consumables to print your initial batch … Continue reading Thank you Key Workers!
From colour coded ID cards for each ‘bubble’ to Staff Cards outlining COVID-19 guidelines, we look at a few ways you can put your plastic card printer to good use If you already print ID cards for Staff and Students using your own ID card printer, you may be looking at a new approach for … Continue reading Schools – some ideas to get the most out of your ID Card Printer
Contactless access cards are experiencing a resurgence as more schools move away from biometric fingerprint solutions Pre-COVID-19, a large proportion of High School and College students across the UK simply used their fingerprint to get through the front doors, check out their library books and pay for their lunch. It was easy and smart, with … Continue reading Put your fingerprints away – cards are increasingly replacing biometrics in schools
If your plastic card printer hasn’t been in use for months, it’ll need a bit of care and attention before you expect it to jump into action Just like any other piece of electronic kit, ID Card Printers need a bit of TLC every now and again. If your printer has been sitting in a … Continue reading ID Card Printer sat idle over the last few months?
If you’ve returned to the workplace and you’re anything like us, you’ve probably become super conscious of the number of surfaces you touch in a day. NanoSeptic®’s range of antimicrobial door ‘skins’ wrap around door handles and act as push pads, to create a continuously self-cleaning surface For many, the simple act of leaving the … Continue reading Conscious of how many times you open a door at work?
And can it help protect your workforce against COVID-19? Antimicrobial workplace products like antimicrobial card holders, antimicrobial lanyards, antimicrobial paper and even antimicrobial uniforms didn’t enter the marketplace as a result of COVID-19. Many products have been around for years and are particularly employed in the health industries. However in the current pandemic, they’ve had … Continue reading What does Antimicrobial actually mean?
It’s never been more affordable to buy your own Membership Card Printer and personalise cards yourself It’s certainly a strange situation for golf clubs at the moment. Many are busier than they’ve been for years, as the much hoped-for return to golf has finally happened. We don’t know yet whether it will last, but for … Continue reading Missed the golf membership card print run?
It’s golf, but not quite as we know it It’s official – golf clubs in England have been given the go ahead to re-open. The opportunity to stride down those green and pleasant fairways is a huge relief to many in lockdown, and it looks like golf is about to experience a new hey-day as … Continue reading As golf clubs reopen, be on the lookout for unwelcome visitors