Encoding and Personalisation

One of the services we offer is the personalisation of your desired cards (name, number, photo), whether as a thermal print or an embossing combined with any of the desired options listed below for the optimal fulfilment of your requirements.
Consulting and service are our strengths.

Applications: driving licenses, insurance cards, ID cards, bank cards etc.


The data is read mechanically by optical readers, e.g. scanners or cameras, and is then processed electronically.

Applications: warehouse management, logistics, transport, product labelling, incoming and outgoing controls.
Types: EAN 13, Interleaved 25, Code 39, Code 128 etc.


In the majority of cases, magnetic strips are positioned at the back of plastic cards and are read electronically by a swipe card reader. ISO standard 2894 describes the structure of a magnetic card code with 3 tracks and a memory capacity of 1,023 bits. A distinction is made between LoCo and HiCo magnetic stripes, which refers to the magnetic force used to store data on the stripes.

Applications: account cards, cards for access and time attendance, refuelling cards, credit cards, hotel cards etc.
Types: LoCo 300, HiCo 2750, HiCo 4000


Contact chip cards, or smartcards, vary from simple memory chips to complex processor chips. They have a board range of applications:

Applications: account cards, premium cards, loyalty cards, credit cards etc.
Contact chip cards can also be combined with various other memory technologies.
Types: SLE5542, SLE 5528, AT88SC0808C-1 Kbyte SLE66CX322P, with various system software.
Other card types are available on request.


The contactless Legic chip can be used in chip cards, wristbands, tags and key fobs. The data transfer is encoded. The distance between the chip and the card acceptor device can be between 2 and 13cm. The chip is activated when the card comes in the electromagnetic field of a transmitting antenna. For this reason, the Legic chip does not require an energy source of its own.

cards for access and time attendance, multifunctional cards etc.
Types: Legic Prime 256, Legic Prime 1024, Legic Advant ATC 256-MV, Legic Advant ATC 1024-MV
Other applications are available on request.


The contactless Mifare chip has similar properties to the Legic chip. It was originally produced for ticketing purposes in the services sector. In many universities, colleges and other similar institutions, the chip is used in chip cards, wristbands, tags and key fobs for making payments.

: student ID cards, cards for access and time attendance, copying cards, tickets etc.
Types: Mifare 1K CS 50, Mifare 4K CS 70, Mifare DESFire 2K EV1, Mifare DESFire 4K EV1, Mifare DESFire 8K EV1
Other options are available on request.


Biometric ID cards always include information that identifies the person in question – this can be a fingerprint and/or the iris and/or the shape of their face. The specific data stored is read by a scanner and entry is permitted.

Applications: passports, visas, access cards, access cards in high security zones.

Other chip types: EM Marin 4200, 4102 or 4450, Hitag, I-Code and all other hybrid types