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Evolis unveils new features for Tattoo2

Zack Martin   ||   Apr 23, 2009  ||   

Evolis announced new features for Tattoo2, its entry-level printer for personalizing badges and plastic cards with text, pictures, logos
and bar codes, singly or in small runs.

Tattoo2 is now available with new printing and encoding features: direct transfer onto thermosensitive cards, printing on paper tickets and ISO-compliant magnetic encoding. These new features position Tattoo2 as a entry-level printer for use in applications such as loyalty cards, ticketing, or access control.

Tattoo2 also carries an optional Ethernet port for networking it when required, for example, in distributed deployment. Furthermore, Evolis increases its standard warranty to two years for the Tattoo2 color printer. This warranty covers all components of the printer and includes an unlimited number of printouts.

With Tattoo2, Evolis taps the entry-level segment of the market and addresses the needs of small Organizations, such as sports clubs, associations, branch offices, libraries, canteens and local authorities, who are looking for simple way to issue cards.

The Tattoo2 is a lightweight printer, just 5.5 lbs, and is a
follow-me printer that will personalize cards and badges for mobile applications, and for trade shows and other events.

Tattoo2 features a standard 100-card detachable feeder as well as a manual feeding mode for printing cards singly or in small batches.

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