Fargo 82618 Thermal Transfer Holographic Laminate - 500 imprints Details
Genuine Fargo 82618 0.25 mil holographic laminate decreases wear-and-tear on your printed cards, protects them from fading, and increased card durability by adding a layer of protection to them. (Note: laminate is sometimes also referred to as overlaminate or overlamination.)
The Fargo 82618 laminate is embedded with Fargo's High Secure Orbit holographic design, which increases the security of your cards from tampering and counterfeiting attempts.
In order to laminate a card with the Fargo 82618 laminate, a printer with single-sided lamination capability is required.
To maintain the warranty on your Fargo printer, optimize the use of your printer, and maximize the quality of your printed cards, use only genuine Fargo 82618 laminate ribbons.
Did you know that Fargo 82618 laminates have a shelf life?
Laminate ribbons typically have a shelf life of up to one year, when stored under the proper conditions. Laminates that are not store properly, and are more than one year old, will not print optimally and will likely end up costing more time in maintenance and more money in reprinting cards.
As an authorized Fargo reseller, ID Zone guarantees that our genuine Fargo 82618 holographic laminates are stored properly and are always 'fresh',
How to find the shelf life?
Look for the manufactured date on the sticker on the box, which is above the part number. If this date is over one year in the past, then your ribbon is past its shelf life.
Fargo 82618 Thermal Transfer Holographic Laminate - 500 imprints Specifications
- Part number 82618
- Thermal transfer overlaminate with High Secure Orbit design and universal orientation
- 0.25 mil thick
- Edge-to-edge application; a continuous roll of material versus patch
- 500 images
- For use with Fargo HDP5000, DTC4500, HDP8500 printers with single-sided lamination - cartridge 1 ONLY
All HDP5000, DTC4500, HDP8500 lamination modules utilize a cartridge system to load overlaminate materials. A single-sided lamination module utilizes only cartridge 1, while a duplex simultaneous lamination module utilizes cartridges 1 and 2.