Zebra’s ZC10L is the only large-format, direct-to-card printer on the market that delivers full, edge-to-edge durable color cards in one printing process. The printer is also transportable which is extremely convenient.
Another advantage of owning Zebra’s ZC10L on demand printer is the cost savings and reduction of waste such as pre-printed cards and unusable leftover cards. These savings are achieved by printing what is needed on demand for seminars, conferences, sporting events, and festivals. This eliminates the need to order partially pre-printed ID cards or badges in advance.
With Zebra’s Card Studio software advances, it is very easy to create visually compelling PVC cards with the finest quality and high impact designs. The ZC10L is so flexible that it’s possible to make card design changes right up to the time of the event.To further personalize cards and create innovative guest mementos, simply include sponsor logos, incorporate advertising, clever tag lines, and take guest photos at the point of entry.
Just recently, FOX Broadcasting selected the ZC10L to optimize the onsite badge printing process at a 2017 VIP sporting event in Houston, improving the overall guest experience. The large, attractive VIP badges, which were much easier to see, also helped to communicate attendee identification, check-in times, gift bag distribution and approved access levels.
The client was extremely satisfied with their decision to use the new Zebra ZC10L card printer for the large number of badges needed — 1000 plus to be exact.
Preparing for an event of this nature with upwards of 1,000 attendees can be daunting and stressful. This type of VIP event takes an extensive amount of planning, attention of detail, coordination, preparation. and supervision.
Veronica Kelley, Event Director, FOX Broadcasting states, “Zebra’s ZC10L card printer provided us the flexibility necessary to print crisp, professional badges as changes happened, leading to a more efficient registration desk and more effective process for badge distribution.”