Case Study | March 11, 2013

Keystone Plastics Improves Throughput, Reliability, And Card Quality With Datacard

Source: WYNIT Distribution, LLC

Investing in best-of-breed systems

Keystone Plastics manufactures and personalizes a wide range of plastic cards for an even wider range of applications. Founded in 1984, the company provides both conventional and smart cards for telecommunications, retail, healthcare, government and many other markets. Keystone is headquartered in Toronto in Ontario, Canada, the site of the company’s secure, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.

Because Keystone produces and personalizes such a variety of card types, the company is constantly looking for new technologies to improve speed, quality and cost efficiency. One technology the company decided to invest in was highspeed UV DoD inkjet printing. In order to maximize this investment, Keystone President and COO Bud Kronenberg was determined to find the fastest, highest-quality, most reliable UV DoD inkjet printing system on the market.

“We needed a system with very good image resolution, high-speed performance and camera verification, that was also extremely reliable,” Kronenberg said. “We looked at many different systems, and the Datacard CPST MJ7500 system came up as best-in-class in each category — including word-of-mouth reputation. We knew we were buying the best equipment.”

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