Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Molly Helmuth Racing news letter - April

Here is a link for Molly's racing fans.
Security Imaging is proud to support this young racer who has dreams of racing the top level of nascar cup.


Take a look at the new Ford Focus race car sponsored by Security Imaging and driven by 16 year old Molly Helmuth.
This race car will be racing at Stockton 99 Speedway in California this summer.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Badge Reels

Almost all of our badge reels can be custom printed with your company name or logo. Call us for a custom quote 1-877-369-7033.

You can also add your company name or logo to most of our badge holders and lanyards.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Do you use HID Card/Access Control Cards?
Security Imaging has competitive pricing on all HID Cards, iClass Cards and Indala Cards. Call us today to see if we can reproduce your cards at a lower costs!

Most cards take about 5 days to produce then they ship. All we need to know is your last sales order# even if you didn't purchase your last box of cards from us. If you don't have your last box of HID cards handy you may see a 8-9 digit number printed on your card. That number is usually a sales order#. Once we determine your Format, Facility Code and Part# we can email you a quote.

HID Card Information

Monday, November 14, 2011

Custom Wristbands

Do you have a special holiday event coming up? Do you need to keep track of your visitors? Why not try our Tyvek Wristbands? Customize our wristbands with a special design or with your company name and logo.

Wrist bands offer security to your event . Many styles available. Great for Schools, camps, concerts, resorts or corporate outings. Wristbands are a great way to identify your visitors.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Patriotic Badge Products

Security Imaging sells all sorts of ID badge products. We have patriotic badge reels with flags, lanyards that show support for our troops and USA lanyards. We also sell Keybak products which are all manufactured in the US! Check out our website for our unique badge products!

Flag Badge Reel
Support our troops, camo lanyard
Keybak badge reels made in the USA
Support our Troops Lanyard

Check us out on Twitter

Find up to date information on sales and products by following us on twitter!

Twitter ID: securityimaging

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Vote for Molly.

Driver of the stock car has entered a video in the Champion Spark Plug contest.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Molly Helmuth to race triple duty Sept 24th


SEATTLE (Sept. 19, 2011) — Teenage racer Molly Helmuth is set to wrap up a highly successful 2011 racing season with a very special night at Evergreen Speedway.

On Saturday September 24th, the 16-year-old from Seattle will make her debut in the speedway’s Super Late Model Division of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in addition to taking part in the season finales of Evergreen’s Mini-Stock Division and the Northwest Pro-4 Truck Series.

“I’m excited about moving up to late models, and a little overwhelmed because I wasn’t sure we would do it this season, but I do think it’s time for that next step,” said Molly. “I’ve learned so much this year, from race lines to communication. Now I can tell my crew what the car is doing on track so they can make it better and faster. I’ve had such awesome support this year, too, from my crew, Roger Habich and Aaron Hoskin, my uncle Rod Helmuth, my parents, other racers and of course the fans.”

Molly, the Mini-Stock Division Rookie of the year in 2010, displayed how much she has grown as a racer this season by setting a new Evergreen Speedway qualifying speed record and earning podium finishes in her race car, race truck and competition go-kart.

On July 30th, Molly set a new Mini-Stock qualifying time of 18.814 seconds on Evergreen Speedway’s three-eighths mile oval, eclipsing the mark of 18.920 set in 2006 by former series champion Mark Weedin.

“Molly has grown tremendously in 2011— quicker than anyone I have ever seen. What she has accomplished this season most people would need two to three years to do,” said Hoskin, a veteran racing mechanic. “If she is put in a competitive car, Molly can succeed against the most experienced drivers at the track. She definitely has earned a lot of respect.”

The qualifying record helped jumpstart Molly’s strong finish in the division and is a testament to her season-long improvement. Over the past six races leading up to Saturday’s finale she recorded an average finish of 5.5 including a third-place result on Sept. 10, compared to her average finish after the first five races at the beginning of the season of 15.4.

“Molly is focused, she is confident and mentally prepared. When her car caught fire on Sept. 3 we thought she was done for the night,” said Hoskin. “But we got the car fixed and Molly went back out there showing no fear and passed cars every lap to the end.”

Molly's goal for 2011 was to earn a podium finish in every series she raced and she accomplished it. She had second and third-place finishes in the NW Pro4 Truck Series, four wins in the Western Washington Racing Association truck division, two third-place results in Gold Cup Rotax Karting and three wins in Rotax Seattle karting club events. Her Gold Cup podiums came at regional events located in the Tri-Cities and city of Sumas featuring the top karters from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Canada.

To celebrate the end of the season, Molly Helmuth Racing will hold a barbecue from 5-9 p.m. on Friday September 23rd for sponsors and fans at the H2 Motorsports Raceshop in Monroe.

Molly’s late-model debut on Saturday the 24th is the next step for her as she continues to develop as a racer, and it is a testament to the quality and depth of assistance she has received from her family, her crew of Habich and Hoskin, and sponsors. Molly will be on the track signing hero cards and giving away MHR key rings and candy during the pre-race autograph session.

Contact Info:

Interested in finding out how you can become part of the Molly Helmuth Racing team? Contact Mike Helmuth at (206) 819-1501 or

On the Web: For more information on Molly Helmuth, visit, become a fan of “Molly Helmuth Racing” on Facebook, or visit her YouTube channel, RotaxJr92.

To learn more about her sponsors:

Security Imaging (
Jana Helmuth, CPA (
Lynnwood Auto Parts - NAPA
Kings Transmissions (
Squires Machine(
Novastar Development Inc. (
Foss Motorsports and Transport Services ) (
Fitn Trim (
Grow With Me Boutique (
Pure Power Lubricants (

About Molly Helmuth: Molly Helmuth has been racing since the age of 11. She started racing go karts in Washington, Oregon and Canada, competing in various events against some of the fastest drivers in the country. In 2010 at 14 Molly became the youngest driver to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Mini-Stock Division at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash., finishing in the top-five in series points and winning rookie of the year. In late 2010, Helmuth was invited to attend Phase I of the Lyn Saint James Women in the Winner’s Circle Academy and to take part in the Ron Sutton’s Winner’s Circle Talent Search Shoot-Out.

About Security Imaging Corporation: In business since 1996, Security Imaging is a leader in online sales of badge holders, lanyards, photo ID card printers, wristbands and other products. Customers include corporations, military, government, schools and universities, and large and small businesses across the United States and internationally.

The online catalog at displays just a portion of the products available from the company, and customers are encouraged to contact the Security Imaging staff with questions or to request a particular item. Many of the products Security Imaging sells can be customized, making them a low-cost and effective method for marketing in addition to meeting an operational need.

Molly Helmuth Racing media contact: Mike Helmuth, (206) 819-1501,

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Lanyards - Neck cords for wearing your badge

What is a Lanyard?
Lanyards are Neck cords that allow you to attach your ID badge so your ID is always visible.

Lanyards are commonly used to display badges, tickets or ID cards for identification where security is required.

Most neck lanyards are made with a polyester, nylon blend and are commonly worn around the neck. Lanyards come in many different colors and styles and are available with many different end fittings. The most common style of lanyard is the breakaway lanyard. Breakaway is a safety feature that allows the neck cord to be removed without having to slip the lanyard over your head. When you pull on a breakaway lanyard the plastic piece that is the breakaway pulls apart allowing for the lanyard to be removed. Breakaway is a safety feature and is not meant to be used on a daily basis for removing the lanyard, it is meant to be used only if you get caught in something. Security Imaging also carries Non breakaway lanyards, pre-printed lanyards and custom lanyards. Pre-Printed lanyards have a message or department name printed on them. Custom lanyards are great because you can customize them with your company name or logo, promoting your company while your employees wear their required ID badge.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Competitive Pricing on HID Cards, IClass Cards

Security Imaging offers competitive pricing on all access control cards

Does your company use Access Control cards to gain access to your building? If you are buying from your installer you may be paying to much! Contact Security Imaging to see how we can help.

We offer competitive pricing on HID Cards, iClass Cards, Indala Cards and more!
HID Cards
IClass Cards
Indala Cards

Suggested Badge Supplies to use with your HID Cards
Soft/Flexible vinyl proximity card holders
Rigid badge dispensers/Hard case badge holders
Vinyl Strap Clips
Badge Reels, Retractable reels extend to card readers for easy access

Security Imaging offers competitive pricing, low minimums and fast shipping on all your ID card products!

Competitive pricing, Low minimums, Fast ship ...

Security Imaging has a large inventory of ready to ship ID products. We also have low minimums (our qty breaks start as low as 1 piece!)

* Armband Badge Holders
* Proximity Badge Holders
* Hang Style Badge Holders
* Flap & Zipper Badge Holders
* Economy Badge Reels
* PVC Cards & more!

You can view our products at For a resale price quote please contact We will always try to match or beat your current price, samples available upon request.

(minimum order of $35.00 order required online/$25.00 over the phone)

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

ID badge service

Did you know that Security Imaging can print your employee ID badges?

Save time and money by letting Security Imaging print your employee ID badges.

  • Printed on .30 mil PVC
  • Print Size 2 1/8h X 3 3/8w or
    3/38w X 21/8h
  • Cards come slotted
  • Badge sent with strap clip

    For more information click here or call 1-877-369-7033.

  • Customize It! Customize your ID products with your logo or company name..

    Did you know that Security Imaging offers custom printing? You can get your logo on badge holders, badge reels, lanyards and more! Just call us and ask for a quote 1-877-369-7033!

  • Most custom items have a minimum order Qty of 100 pieces.
  • Lead time on custom badge reels is 2 weeks after artwork approval
  • Lead time on silkscreen lanyards is 2-3 weeks from artwork approval.
  • Lead time on customized badge holders is 2-3 weeks from artwork approval.
  • Digital proofs available 2-3 days after order is placed.
  • Customer must supply Vector Art for best print quality.
  • Monday, July 11, 2011

    ESD Badge Holders

    ESD Badge Holders
    Ideal for use by electronic manufacturers working with ESD sensitive components. Highly visible with yellow header and ESD Symbol allowing people to immediately know the badge holder is ESD protective.

    Please Note:

    It should be understood that any object, item, material or person could be a source of static electricity in the work environment. Removal of unnecessary nonconductors, replacing nonconductive materials with dissipative or conductive materials and grounding all conductors are the principle methods of controlling static electricity in the workplace, regardless of the activity. [ESD Handbook ESD TR20.20-2008 section 2.4 Sources of Static Electricity]

    ID badge holders

    Security Imaging Stocks all styles of badge holders.

    Armband Badge Holders

    are great for warehouse workers, airport personnel and security guards. The elastic band fits almost any size arm and is adjustable.

    Flap Closure and Zipper Closure Badge Holders
    Zipper badge holders and Flap badge holders keep out dirt and moisture. These premium vinyl badge holders work well in manufacturing environments, warehouses and other places where the elements may affect your ID card.

    Click here to see all different styles of Badge Holders

    If you don't find the badge holder you are looking for at call us today to see how we can help 1-877-369-7033.

    Friday, May 20, 2011

    Security Imaging- Website Redesign

    Visit our website to see our new design. We've made it easier to find product. Simply click he photos in the middle of our home page to find what your looking for. Scroll over the red bar at the top of our site to find select categories of our most popular items. Everything that has to do with wearing or printing your employee ID badge, you can find at Security Imaging!

    Let us know what you think by filling out our feedback form:

    Monday, January 17, 2011

    ID Badge Service

    Did you know that Security Imaging Corporation offers ID Badge Service? If you don't want to purchase a printer system to print your employee ID's in house, let Security Imaging do it for you! We print your ID's and mail them with a strap clip, so they come ready to wear.

    Call 1-877-369-7033 for more information on ID Badge Service.

    Employee ID Badges
    .30 mil PVC
    Print Size 2 1/8 X 3 3/8
    Cards come slotted with a strap clip for wearing ID badge

    Setup Fee: $75.00 (must have camera ready artwork)
    (All Logos should be 210 resolution or higher and be in Original Format)

    One Side Badge without Photo (Visitor, Vendor, Contractor badges): $5.00ea
    One Side Badge with Photo: $10.00ea
    Two Side Badge with photo & Black print on Back: $10.00ea
    Two Side Badge with photo and Color Both Sides: $15.00ea
    Reprints with no changes: $5.00ea
    (One side with photo, Two side with photo and black on back)
    Reprints with new photo: $10.00ea
    (One side with photo, Two side with photo and black on back)

    Step 1.
    Contact us via email at or call us at 1-877-369-7033. Email us your logo in .jpg or .tiff format with 210 Resolution or Higher. Email us your layout or an idea of what information you want on your badge such as name, title, employee number.

    Step 2.
    We will send you a sample badge/pass via email- so you can tell us what changes if any need to be made. We can also send you a hard copy if necessary. Once you approve the badge/pass- you will need to have a release form faxed to you. The release form asks for a copy of your business license and signature.

    Step 3.
    We can start making your badges/passes! Send via email all your photos and employee information and your badges/passes will be sent out the same day!

    Friday, January 14, 2011

    SALE - Heat Transfer Custom Imprinted Lanyards

    Heat Transfer Lanyards .99ea!
    Minimum Qty 250
    Non Breakaway
    3/4" with swivel hook, key ring or bulldog clip
    Multiple Color Imprint virtually any PMS color

    Standard Lead time:3 weeks to produce then they ship
    (Chinese new year may extend delivery and lead times)

    Thursday, January 13, 2011

    Secrets of a former Credit Card thief

    We've all heard the standard tips about preventing identity theft and credit card fraud. But what would a real identity thief tell you if he had the chance? Dan DeFelippi, who was convicted of credit card fraud and ID theft in 2004, says simply this: You can't be too careful...

    Secrets of a Former Credit Card Thief

    Article by Michelle Crouch
    01/13/2011 provided by

    Wednesday, January 12, 2011

    TWIC Card Holders

    Secure your Credit Cards or employee ID badges with our FIPS approved badge holders.
    Secure Badge Holders

    Watch what happens when your ID badge holder is not a Secure Holder.

    Monday, December 20, 2010

    New Pennsylvania law requires physicians to wear photo IDs

    States are working to guarantee that patients know whom they are seeing and are not deceived by health professionals who misrepresent their training.
    By CAROLYNE KRUPA, amednews staff. Posted Dec. 20, 2010.

    A new Pennsylvania law aims to make it clear for patients who is taking their blood pressure, giving them an injection or preparing to operate on a loved one.

    Under the law signed Nov. 23 by Gov. Edward Rendell, physicians, nurses and other health care professionals soon will be required to wear photo identification badges that state their credentials in large block letters, with descriptions such as "physician" or "registered nurse."
    "The idea is that you can read this instantly at a conversational distance," said John J. Laskas Jr., MD, a dermatologist in Glen Mills, Pa., and chair of the Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery's patient safety and scope of practice committee. "Then the patient knows and can make a judgment whether or not this is the level of expertise they need. We need to know and have a right to know the credentials of the person who is giving us care." Read More....

    Monday, December 13, 2010

    Tubs of ID badge products packaged for resale

    Security Imaging now offers Tub Products. Tub Products are tubs of badge products packaged for resale. Tub products are also great for Security Guards for use at the security desk for visitor management.

    Badge Reel Tubs
    Lanyard Tubs
    Badge Holder Tubs

    Friday, October 29, 2010


    For immediate release, Molly Helmuth Racing (02-10)


    SEATTLE (Oct. 28, 2010) — NASCAR Whelen All-American Series rookie of the year Molly Helmuth is pleased to announce the continuation of her partnership with Security Imaging Corporation.

    The Seattle company was the 15-year-old’s primary sponsor during her inaugural season racing in the Mini-Stock division at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash., and will continue to support her throughout the 2011 racing season.

    “We’re proud to support an up-and-coming young female driver, but from a business standpoint it is also a great fit for our company,” said Emily Dick, senior account manager. “Security Imaging is a leader in online sales of badge holders, lanyards, photo ID card printers, wristbands and other products used throughout the racing community.”

    In business since 1996, Security Imaging has the largest supply of photo ID supplies on the Internet and past and current customers include corporations, military, government, schools and universities, and large and small businesses across the United States and internationally.

    The online catalog at displays just a portion of the products available from the company, and customers are encouraged to contact the Security Imaging staff with questions or to request a particular item. Many of the products Security Imaging sells can be customized, making them a low-cost and effective method for marketing in addition to meeting an operational need.

    “Tracks, traveling series and race teams all over the country are already purchasing our products,” said Dick. “We hope they’ll ask themselves, ‘Why not purchase from this company that is supporting a young female driver?’”

    The announcement is the latest in a string of good news for Molly Helmuth, who was recently invited by legendary IndyCar driver Lyn St. James to attend Phase I of the prestigious Women in the Winner’s Circle Academy Nov. 19-21 in Phoenix. Prior to that the Seattle native will take part — again by invitation — in the Talent Search Shoot-Out held by Ron Sutton’s Winner’s Circle, a NASCAR-focused racing career development program.

    Behind the scenes, a Ford Mustang is being prepared for Helmuth’s sophomore season racing in the Mini-Stock Division at Evergreen Speedway. She also plans on driving a four-cylinder late-model in select events held by the Northwest Pro4 Alliance series and racing her kart whenever possible.

    Helmuth began racing karts in 2006 and has competed in the Northwest Rotax Series throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada. When NASCAR lowered the age limit to 14 for the 2010 season, she entered the Mini-Stock division with a front-wheel drive Volkswagen Corrado. Racing against drivers twice her age, Helmuth became a fan favorite by bumping, passing, spinning out and crashing as she learned how to handle and race her car.

    The youngest driver to ever win Rookie of the Year honors in the Mini-Stock division at Evergreen Speedway, Helmuth finished the 2010 season No. 5 (of 31) in the series standings. She also won a trophy dash in August at Idaho’s Stateline Stadium Speedway while racing with the Northwest Outlaws Series.

    On the Web
    For more information on Molly Helmuth and her racing, visit, become a fan of “Molly Helmuth Racing” on Facebook, follow @Molly_helmuth92 on Twitter, or visit her YouTube channel at

    To learn more about Security Imaging, visit or call: (877) 369-7033 (toll free) or (206) 527-8819.

    About Molly Helmuth
    Molly Helmuth has been racing since the age of 11. She started racing go karts in Washington, Oregon and Canada, competing in various events against some of the fastest drivers in the country. In 2010 at 14 Molly became the youngest driver to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Mini-Stock Division at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash., finishing in the top-five in series points and winning rookie of the year. Helmuth has been invited to attend Phase I of the Lyn Saint James Women in the Winner’s Circle Academy and to take part in the Ron Sutton’s Winner’s Circle Talent Search Shoot-Out.

    About Security Imaging Corporation
    In business since 1996, Security Imaging is a leader in online sales of badge holders, lanyards, photo ID card printers, wristbands and other products. Customers include corporations, military, government, schools and universities, and large and small businesses across the United States and internationally.

    The online catalog at displays just a portion of the products available from the company, and customers are encouraged to contact the Security Imaging staff with questions or to request a particular item. Many of the products Security Imaging sells can be customized, making them a low-cost and effective method for marketing in addition to meeting an operational need.

    Molly Helmuth Racing media contact
    Mike Helmuth
    (206) 819-1501

    Monday, September 20, 2010

    Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Breast Cancer Facts:

    An estimated 182,800 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in 2000.

    Approximately 42,200 deaths will occur in women from breast cancer in 2000.

    One in eight women or 12.6% of all women will get breast cancer in her lifetime.

    Breast cancer risk increases with age and every woman is at risk.

    Every 13 minutes a woman dies of breast cancer.

    Seventy-seven percent of women with breast cancer are over 50.

    Get involved by visiting Susan G Komen Foundation

    Security Imaging provides ID badge products that are made for awareness. By purchasing one of these products some of the proceeds go to help fight breast cancer. For a list of products please see the link below.

    Awareness products

    Smart Cards

    Here is a link to a great article talking about the wide variety of uses for a smart card. Use one credential for multiple purposes.

    Buy a Coke, Copy a class Lesson, Oh and open a door..

    Wednesday, September 15, 2010

    Largest supply of Badge Reels on the net.

    Many customers tell us that we have so many styles of badge reels. The list keeps growing.
    Check out this list and if you cant find the badge reel you're looking for give us a call.

    Thursday, September 2, 2010

    ID Card Software – The Growing Need For Security

    Gone are the days when people have been sporting ID cards or badges for the sole purpose of identifying themselves as part of an organization or business enterprise. With the innovations made in the printing technology, the ID card software and printer have made it possible for this simple ID badge to be more than just an identifying tool. Now more than ever, businesses are using the ID for attendance monitoring and time keeping related functions. More importantly, it is being used for a higher level of security access control. The ID card has indeed become multi-functional. It has equipped businesses with a more efficient and effective system for record keeping, monitoring and security.

    The demand for enhanced company security measures has paved the way for IT providers and manufacturers to come up with products that will address this need. Affordable but sophisticated ID card printers have opened the doors to in-house printing. This has in turn provided companies with full control on the production and quality of their own identification cards. Your company can easily monitor the production of the ID cards. It can also regulate the design, security features and number of IDs printed. As your company does not need to outsource your ID card requirements, information and other security features embedded in your ID card is now kept confidential.

    A clearly defined photo on the ID card can help your security personnel easily match the photo with the face of the wearer entering the company premises. A good HD printer can deliver on this requirement together with an ID card that cannot be easily tampered. An over laminate feature of the printer can ensures double protection in your ID card. The right ID card software can help you incorporate a holographic design or watermark in your company ID. This can make it more secure and would deter counterfeiters and forgers from making a duplicate out of it. Read More...

    Photo badges beef up campus security

    By Lois Tomas
    Senior Staff Writer
    Thursday, September 2, 2010 9:24 AM CDT
    Stopping in at the school to visit your child’s teacher? Be prepared to say “cheese.”

    School officials are requiring visitors, volunteers and others who come on to campus to register at a computer terminal in the front offices of all three schools. Once the information is entered, a photograph is taken and a visitor’s badge is printed out.

    “This is just an added security and safety measure,” Assistant Schools Superintendent Mark Leek said.

    The software is provided at no charge to the school by Identi-kid, a company with whom the school has been associated for years. The company provides finger printing and photo identification to parents to be used in child abduction or other scenarios.

    PHS students, staff ready for ID badges

    They were a little resistant at first, but once they understood the reasoning behind it, members of the Prescott High School Student Council decided that displaying PHS identification badges at all times was "no big deal."

    The reason, school administrators said, is safety. With ID badges in plain sight, school officials will know who does and - more importantly - does not belong on the PHS campus.

    Starting Sept. 8, all PHS students, teachers and staff members must wear their ID badges so the badges are visible all time. This means wearing the ID badge on a lanyard or other form of neckwear, or clip - as long as it is above the waist on the outside of clothing.

    PHS Student Council Vice President Tess Peterson realizes that displaying the ID badge is a "small thing."

    Elected to represent their fellow classmates, the class presidents said that at first they wondered why the administration was taking such an action, and if it was necessary at PHS.

    "A good majority of students thought this was going a little overboard and was just another rule we had to live with," Sophomore Class President Levi Rosdahl.

    The new ID badge requirement is the result of Prescott High's North Central Accreditation process. Read More...

    School staff should know who belongs by wearing id badges

    The Daily Courier

    Prescott High School is implementing, effective Sept. 8, a policy of having teachers, staff and students wear identification badges at all times. They must be displayed, not kept in a pocket, wallet or purse.

    District employees with whom The Daily Courier spoke cited the need to meet North Central Accreditation guidelines for security. Students saw it as "no big deal" once they learned the idea was to keep the campus safer for the students.

    Principal Totsy McCraley said the ID badges would allow everyone to know with whom they are talking. Teachers will be able to greet students by name as they enter the buildings, and students will be able to learn each other's names and what grade they are in.

    What happened to knowing your students and colleagues as a matter of course? In our experience, even schools with large student populations have had little problem with this by having teachers and staff in the halls between classes and getting to know their charges.

    Online comments at have likened the badges to the World War II era of Nazis requiring Jews to wear yellow stars for identification.

    We do not believe it rises quite to that level; however, the flaw comes with NCA officials thinking this is a good thing - when more of a community environment is what we need.

    School officials said with ID badges in plain sight, they will know who does and does not belong on the campus.

    Wednesday, September 1, 2010

    ID product catalogs

    Security Imaging stocks visitor signs, ID card printers, ribbon, access cards, lanyards, badge holders and more! We have such a large inventory not everything we sell is shown on our website Below you will find our catalogs that are available for download.

    Most of the catalogs below are rendered in adobe photoshop .pdf format with the exception of the web based interactive catalog. For pricing and availability please call 1-877-369-7033.
    If you have trouble opening the catalogs, you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader here Download Adobe Reader

    Security Imaging Interactive Catalog
    2009 Security Id Products
    ID Products Catalog
    Overseas Badge Reels Catalog (most of these items have minimum order of 3000 pieces)
    Keybak Industrial Badge Reel Catalog Made in the USA ID Products
    Tempbadge Catalog Vistior Management Products that time expire

    HID Global's new Fargo card printers focus on secure printing

    HID Global's new Fargo card printers focus on secure printing
    New product line of direct-to-card printers has units for small businesses up to enterprise customers
    Updated: 08-31-2010 8:13 am

    Image courtesy HID Global/Fargo
    From HID Global's Fargo brand come three new direct-to-card printers designed to make access card and badge printing both simple and secure.
    Aug. 31, 2010 -- HID Global's Fargo card printer business unit is out today with a new line of printers aimed to fit the needs of small businesses all the way to government and enterprise- level end users who need to create identification badges and access control cards. Announced today were the DTC1000, the DTC4000 and the DTC4500 "direct- to-card" printers that can handle both the badge printing as well as the card programming/reading. It's been since 2008 that the industry has seen a product launch of this magnitude from Fargo; it was June 2008 when Fargo launched the DTC400e (a predecessor to the printers in today's launch) along with the Personal M30e and C30e card printers. The new line is also notable as they are the first card printers Fargo has launched since the acquisition by ASSA ABLOY's HID Global brand.
    The new printers are designed with security in mind. All of the units feature password protection to ensure that only authorize users can print cards, and the high-end model (the DTC4500) can handle specialty security printing features done on card laminates, such as holographic images, as well as ultraviolet printing. Read More...

    Friday, August 27, 2010

    Jam Plastics - Brady People ID Corp

    Jam Plastics and Brady People ID are merging their wholesale side and will be making changes their resale side. As many dealers and end users know during the merge there may be product that is discontinued or back ordered. Security Imaging can help with those products. If you are in need of ID badge holders, lanyards, badge reels or other product that has been discontinued or is hard to find please call us to see if we can help 1-877-369-7033. We offer blind shipping and low minimums.

    Friday, August 20, 2010

    Jolly Technology -

    Comprehensive Campus Management Software

    Lobby Track School Editions are robust solutions for managing people on school campuses:

    * Track student attendance and tardiness
    * Manage and verify school visitors
    * Record event attendance and calculate employee time and attendance. Process late students quickly and automatically
    * Assign and manage detention for repeat offenders.
    * Register visitors by scanning their driver's license and check against a local watch list or online criminal database.
    * Produce professional photo ID cards and paper badges.
    * Easily deploys campus-wide and integrates well with existing systems.

    Call Security Imaging at 1-877-369-7033 for more information.

    Wednesday, August 4, 2010

    Molly Helmuth wins at StateLine Idaho

    Security Imaging is proud to announce Molly Helmuth got her first win racing at StateLine Speedway in Idaho.
    Molly has been handing out lanyards with her name and logo to all of her racing fans. Custom lanyards are a great way to market a driver or your business. Security Imaging your source for lanyards, badge holder, id printers and more.

    Monday, May 10, 2010

    Security Imaging sponsoring Molly Helmuth for 2010 season

    Security Imaging will be title sponsor on the #92 Mini Stock with Molly Helmuth as the driver. Molly is 14 years old and has set a goal of becoming rookie of the year. If Molly does take the title she will become the youngest ever to win it at Evergreen Speedway. After her first 4 races Molly is leading in rookie point and is 6th overall.

    Molly was interviewed by KRKO radio.

    Molly is always looking for more sponsors. Visit for more information.

    News! The Everett Herald has done a story about Molly Helmuth "Click Here"

    Thursday, April 1, 2010

    Pledge to save Seattle's July 4th fireworks show on Lake Union

    Security Imaging donates $1000.00 to help save the 4th of July firework show.

    The slumping economy and the collapse of Washington Mutual have brought an end to the only remaining major July 4 fireworks show in Seattle.

    But thanks to Seattle super chef Tom Douglas, Dave Ross has challenged local businesses to pledge money to preserve the Gasworks Park firework display.

    Tuesday, March 9, 2010

    Can you tell the difference between official and fake?

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Eloise Rodgers lives alone and has for nearly 30-years.

    "If I was going to let someone in I would ask for their I.D."

    But how does Eloise know that I.D. is real? K-U-B is one utility that spends a fair amount of time working in neighborhoods. For her, there's more than an I.D. that gives her peace of mind.

    "I would look at their truck first. They always have it labeled. Then I would ask for the I.D. before I let them inside," said Rodgers.

    "K-U-B encourages customers to always ask for a photo identification badge when anyone claiming to work for the utility comes to their home," Grace Whiteside from KUB told WVLT. Read More...

    Friday, March 5, 2010

    Emergency Communication Two-Way Radios

    Two-Way radios for emergency management use

    With all of these disasters taking place, Earthquakes in Chile, Haiti, Taiwan and more were communication has been lost via the use of cell phones and land lines having two-way professional quality walkie talkies is a great standby during a power outage or emergency crises.

    Security Imaging is now selling a two-way radio to help in your emergency readiness program.
    Prices starting at $269.50ea

    For information contact: Security Imaging Corporation 877-369-7033

    This receiver is great for communication during a event or emergency response.
    It works one way so the person wearing the device hears information that is directed to them by a two-way radio but can not talk back. This unit is widely used by race directors but has many other uses so this is why Security Imaging Corporation is now selling this great product.
    Price: $129.00

    Uses include:
    Crowd control
    Racing - RACEceiver Video
    And More!

    RACEceiver Video

    For more information contact:
    Security Imaging Corporation

    Monday, March 1, 2010

    Enforcement lax on badge policy

    Sunday, February 28, 2010
    SPRINGFIELD - School Committee member Antonette E. Pepe was at Roger L. Putnam Vocational Technical High School one day earlier this month and was very upset by something she did not see: a single student wearing an identification badge.

    Pepe wants each of the city's nearly 25,500 public school students to wear an ID badge. The School Committee passed a policy in 2002 that middle school and high school students wear badges, but it has gone dormant.

    "It's a major issue," Pepe said last week. "You want safety in the schools, and this is one of the ways to provide that."
    Read more:

    Tuesday, January 26, 2010

    Fargo C30e system

    The Fargo C30e system is a great entry level system that has every thing you need to start making employee ID badges, school ID, loyalty cards and more!

    System Includes: Persona C30e single-sided printer, Asure ID Solo Software, Logitech C500 Web camera, full-color ribbon cartridge (250 images), 100 UltraCard™ PVC cards, 1 pack of cleaning rollers (3 per pack), USB cable and 1 Year Asure ID Protect.

    Call Emily at 1-877-369-7033 for a quote.

    Friday, January 22, 2010

    ID card Ribbon, Nisca, Magicard, Fargo, Eltron

    Security Imaging offers ID Card Ribbon at a great price, and almost all ribbon is available and ready for fast ship the same day. Security Imaging Staff is knowledgeable and can help you select the right dye film/ribbon for your ID Card printer.

    Major Brands Sold at Security Imaging:
    Magicard Ribbon - Dye Film
    Fargo Ribbon - Dye Film
    Eltron Ribbon - Dye Film
    Nisca Ribbon - Dye Film
    Evolis Ribbon - Dye Fim

    Expiring School Badges, Know who's walking in your halls

    Security Imaging Carries Expiring School Badges, great for visitors, vendors, parents, contractors, etc.

    When an adhesive time cover is applied to the front part of the badge the time expiration period starts. School badges have time expiration periods of either a half day (4 hours) or a whole day (8 hours). Once the badge expires the badge can not be reused.

    Choose your badge design:

    Expiring Timing Covers:
    Note: clear time cover with no print is also available

    Packaging: School Badges and Timing Covers are both packaged in 1,000 piece lots
    Size: 2 X 3"
    Expiration: Half Day or One Day

    Note: You can also custom order these Expiring School Badges with your School Name or Logo

    Thursday, January 21, 2010

    ID badge Service

    Security Imaging offers ID badge service.

    Are you a small company that needs ID badges? Or maybe a larger company that doesn't have the time to print employee ID badges?

    Wearing an ID badge in today's world is extremely important. Whether you have a security guard that checks IDs or you have an access control system, Identification cards help keep your work place safe by helping other employees recognize who is allowed in the building and who isn't.

    Some companies have access control badges but a lot of those companies still don't have photo ID cards. Security Imaging can print on adhesive PVC cards that you can adhere to your existing Access card so that your card not only grants access but shows who you are.

    Please call 1-877-369-7033 for more information on our badge bureau service to see how we can help.

    Wednesday, January 20, 2010

    SkimSafe Badge Holders for Government Issued ID cards

    Security Imaging now stocks SkimSafe badge holders. SkimSafe badge holders are made for PIV, CAC, TWIC Cards, Access Cards and any Government Issued ID Card.

    SkimSafe badge holders protect your smart card from being phished. See the link below, to see what people are doing to steal your information. These holders help stop that from happening.

    Phishing Video

    We stock 3 different SkimSafe Holders the HK-108 (#153095) holds one card and has an open face, the HK-109 (#153049) holds one card and has a closed face and the HK-110 (#153039) has a open face and holds two cards.

    SkimSafe Brochure

    Thursday, January 14, 2010

    Church World Service - Hygiene Kits for Haiti

    The church of Brethern is planning several responses to yesterday’s earthquake in Haiti.

    Damage assessment teams have just begun their work, but it is already clear that damage and loss of life are quite high.

    The Church of the Brethren coordinates its relief efforts with Church World Service, the service arm of the National Council of Churches USA. In fact, the Brethren Service Center in Maryland is the receiving point for contributions from most other mainline US denominations.

    Over the next three Sundays, we invite your outreach donations toward Haiti Disaster Relief. Cash contributions will be used to create Hygiene Kits, or to support direct relief through the Church of the Brethren or Church World Service.

    You can follow this link for instructions on making hygiene kits.

    Tuesday, January 12, 2010

    Squires Machine Shop

    Squires Machine shop is a locally owned business that manufactures the TD-102 Slot punch sold on our Website. Just recently Squires Machine has created a website

    Squires machine shop specializes in Deep Hole Drilling or Gun Drilling. They also are a CNC Machine shop.

    Not all badges are real !

    There are many websites that sell fake ID badges. This is becoming a big problem and we need to get something done to stop this fraud.
    Read story...

    The phenomenon of impersonating a police officer

    WARNER ROBINS — Breaking the law while pretending to uphold it is a complicated crime.

    A Warner Robins man was accused of impersonating a police officer after pulling alongside the Ga. 247 Connector late Tuesday as if he was running radar. He had a fake badge, photo ID, police raid jacket, asp baton, handcuffs and a loaded handgun. He even showed his fake badge to a Warner Robins police officer who stopped to investigate the unmarked white Ford Crown Victoria, a popular law enforcement vehicle, police said. read more...

    ID required for school visits

    Dear HPISD Parents,

    The safety of our students and staff is a top priority in HPISD. Thanks to funding provided by the 2008 bond issue, we are making security enhancements on every HPISD campus.

    In February, we are introducing a system that requires all visitors and volunteers to wear badges while they are on campus.

    Since HPISD welcomes the many volunteers and visitors who are an integral and valued part of our campus life, we want to be sure the phase-in goes smoothly. Below are questions and answers for those visiting our campuses.

    Q: What are the general procedures for visitors?

    A: When the visitor arrives, he/she will be greeted and asked for photo identification.
    • A state-issued driver's license is the preferred ID. For those visitors who do not have a driver's license, we will also accept a government-issued photo ID such as a state ID card or green card.
    • The ID will be run through the Raptor system, which HPISD recently purchased for each campus in order to screen for registered sex offenders. The system will compare the name of the visitor to a national sex offender database, which only takes a few seconds. Once the visitor is cleared, he/she will be issued a badge.
    • The visitor will be expected to check out at the front office when leaving the campus. read more