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C-Line Magnetic Name Badge Holder Kit, Horizontal, 4" x 3", Clear (20 per box)

by C-Line |
Item # 218296
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Model # CLI92943 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Name badges with a magnetic fastener to easily secure without marring clothing
  • Reusable, top-loading plastic holders are sealed on three sides
  • Easy-to-use inkjet/laser inserts with instructions
  • Customizable badges
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Description

Don't mar your clothing with pinholes or clip marks. Instead, use the C-Line® Magnetic Name Badge Holder Kit.

Are the Badges Reusable?

The C-Line Magnetic Name Badge Holder Kit supplies you with reusable badges that easily fasten to your clothing with a magnetic fastener. The magnet easily and conveniently attaches to your clothing without marring your shirt like conventional badges that use pins or clamps. The reusable, top-loading plastic holders are sealed on three sides and open at the top to slide in the information you need for your badge.

Customizable Badges

The C-Line Magnetic Name Badge Holder Kit provides you with an additional kit you can use to create customized badges. The inkjet and laser inserts make it easy to make customized badges and instructions are also provided for your convenience. The kit is compatible with Microsoft Word and Corel Word Perfect. Whether you need to create a badge for employees at your office or for an upcoming convention, these magnetic name badges provide you the customization and versatility that you need.

How Do Inkjet Printers Work?

The inkjet printers used to create your name badges have been around since the late 1980s. Inkjet printers work by placing tiny amounts of ink onto a piece of paper to create a text or an image. A series of nozzles are used within the printer to spray the ink onto your name badges. The tiny droplets of ink sprayed onto your name badges are so small that they cannot be seen with the naked eye. Many inkjet printers heat the ink so that it fires in bubbles onto your name badges or printer paper. Other types of inkjet printers use tiny electrical components that control electric currents. The electric currents signal the ink to spray from the cartridges in a controlled fashion to form the text or image you want on your magnetic name badges.

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