The CP500 card printer is a desktop 600dpi pigment ink retransfer card printing solution. The CP500 leverages GET Group’s 30 years of proven experience in delivering highly secure passport and ID solutions for governments all over the globe with Toppan Printing Company’s unparalleled innovative printing and security technology.
In a single desktop unit, the innovative CP500 combines the superior forensics of 600dpi pigment ink, the stunning print quality of retransfer technology and user-upgradeable features for personalization, to deliver the most secure card printing solution in the market today at a competitive cost. An optional lamination module is also available.
GET Group has a secure and audited sales process where all Toppan/GET CP500 printers inventory can only be sold through our partners and cannot be sold to any third party for non- governmental purposes.
- 600dpi pigment ink printing
- Reverse retransfer printing
- Upgradeable encoding features
- Security of consumable supply chain
- Standard USB 2.0 and Ethernet connectivity
- Seamless integration with existing security systems
- Color: 256 steps (Image)
- Monochrome (TEXT)
- UV: 256 steps (Image)
- 25 seconds per card / 144 cards per hour (CMYKP)
- 41 seconds per card / 87 cards per hour (CMYKPKP transfer)
- 16 seconds per card / 222 cards per hour (KP)
- 5 Panel CMYKP prints 500 surfaces
- 7 Panel CMYKPKP prints 350 cards
- 7 Panel (with UV) CMYKUvPpl prints 350 surfaces
- 9 Panel CMYKPplKPpl prints 270 cards
- Custom ribbon configurations are available upon request
- Standard clear, 500 card surfaces
- Custom holographic (registered and non-registered wallpaper)
- CLM-20 Laser Engraver Unit
- CL50 Dual-Sided Lamination Uni
- Magnetic stripe encoder ISO 7811, 3 tracks, HiCo/LoCo
- Smart card contact encoding station ISO 7816
- MIFARE ISO 14443 (13.56 MHz) contactless and ISO 7816 contact encoder
Fade Chemical Test
We are the first printer manufacturer to use pigment ink in color ribbons. The pigment ink increases resistance to fading and chemical reaction, which lifts off color images.