Add removable customization to your proximity and smart cards
Stickyback cards are a creative way to add a custom ID component to your valuable technology cards without breaking the bank.
One of the toughest parts about issuing custom proximity cards or custom smart cards is replacing them: if an employee leaves your company, you have a tech card worth a few dollars that is now useless.
With stickybacks, that problem is eliminated.
These adhesive-backed PVC cards are meant to be applied to existing credentials, and can be peeled off for reissue if necessary.
For example, say your company issues smart cards to all employees. These cards, which open doors and make payments in your office park's cafeteria, cost $3 each. If you print each employee's name, photo and other variable data directly on the cards, you run the risk of having to throw those cards out if the employee leaves. Adios, $3!
If, instead of printing directly on the card, you had printed on a stickyback instead, you simply would have peeled off the stickyback and applied a new one when your new employee joined.
By using stickybacks, you'll be able to better manage your tech card assets and save your organization money.
Stickybacks are meant to be used with tech cards or "unprintable" credentials, making them perfect for use as a smart government credential or a high-tech corporate ID badge.
- This stickyback measures 2.13" x 3.38", also known as CR80 or credit card size.
- The stickyback is 14 mils thick, roughly half the thickness of a normal PVC ID card.
- Stickyback cards are customized using a standard PVC ID card printer.