Always an exciting event to attend, INTERSEC2020 and Matica will add their own innovations when they showcase products from the Matica portfolio, 19-21 January 2020.
Matica will host guests at stand S3-D42 in Saeed Hall 3 where representatives will be available to discuss the Matica products, answer questions about their entire portfolio and discuss current trends, challenges and solutions within the secure ID card industry.
Matica will be showcasing their new LCP9660 Laser Colour Personalization Systems provides colour print, laser engraving and optional lamination all in one-pass. It is the most comprehensive laser colour personalization system in the industry. This pioneering laser system is partly composed from the MC660 – a high resolution colour retransfer printing module – and connects to the MC-LX, Matica’s third generation desktop laser module. The laser engraver reinforces the levels of security by creating changeable laser images and multiple laser images (CLI/MLI), tactile effects, braille, MRZ, ghost image, Tru/Window Lock or Matica Secure Protected Image (MSPI®).
Among the newly revealed products the MC660, (the first product arising from Matica’s strategic alliance with Canon Finetech Nisca) will be showcased. As partners learned, the MC660 offers 600dpi high-resolution printing quality and given the number of encoders available it presents an excellent choice for high security ID applications in various markets including government, corporate and education. As an optional upgrade, the MC-L lamination module can also apply a clear or custom holographic foil, providing extra durability and protection for the card.
Matica will also showcase the S3300e, which instantly embosses pre-printed cards at the branch level. Plus, they will also be showcasing extraordinary laser technology – the market’s *only* industrial solution, the S5200LX, for card engraving in low volume issuance and special applications.
Visit Matica at INTERSEC at stand S3-D42 in Saeed Hall 3, Dubai World Trade Centre, beginning on Sunday 19 January.