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A business card is still considered one of the most effective ways to build and sustain new working relationships. Even in today’s age of digital marketing, social media and virtual connections, there’s still no substitute for a well printed and designed card. Make a lasting impression with our extensive library of paper stocks which include: uncoated, coated, silk, cotton and linen paper options. Feel free to contact one of our production specialists to discuss your project.
Paper weight and thickness are by far some of the biggest concerns our clients have. Some people are trying to avoid printing a flimsy card while others are more concerned with the card stock being too bulky. With the many paper options available, our standard cardstocks begin at 80# (pound) weight to ensure durability and increase from there: 100# (pound), 120# (pound) and 165# (pound).
Heavier weight cards are produced by layering/gluing two separate paper stocks together, more commonly know as the Duplex or Mounting process which can yield a weight of 240# (pound) to 260# (pound) cards.
Going with the right finish can be just as important as selecting the right paper stock and weight. We offer a variety of finishes to suit all tastes/applications and can help you choose the perfect coating for your cards.
Spot/Strikethrough Applications are Available for All Finishes.
Our foil stamping process adds a premium metallic sheen to your cards. It’s an eye-catching way to highlight a name, icon or logo that transforms even the simplest card design into a thing of value. While Pantone color matching is not available for this service, we do offer a variety of colors which can hopefully suit your preference, style or corporate brand. → Continue to Foil Business Cards
Embossed cards feature a design raised above the surface of the stock, lending a subtle yet distinctive appeal to both the card and design. When used with other printing methods such as ink, foil, spot varnish etc it is often referred to as a “register emboss”. → Continue to Embossed Business Cards
Debossed cards feature a design pressed into the paper stock, creating a unique texture or relief which is distinct, yet still quite notable when you pass your fingers over it. A registered deboss can punch other inks specialties into the card as well. → Continue to Embossed Business Cards
Blind embossed cards use only the card stock and a raised surface to define form and design. The absence of ink or any other media highlights the paper’s texture and weight, with a 3D aesthetic that invites the touch. → Continue to Embossed Business Cards
Blind debossed cards use only the card stock and a design pressed into the surface to define form and design. It’s an ideal finishing method for logos, crests, monograms and just about any iconic design you can throw at it. → Continue to Embossed Business Cards
For maximum effect and texture, we recommend using a thicker stock (100# and up)
Letterpress cards deliver classic charm with one of printing’s most time-honored specialties. In the old days, metal blocks of typography were assembled together and used to apply ink and pressure to the card stock, creating a slight, yet notably tactile impression around the surface of the printed design.
Today’s digital technology allows us to utilize the same technique with modern tools, adding a touch of old world appeal and subtle authenticity to any name, monogram or brand. It’s a technique that will leave an indelible mark on any project, whether it’s cards, posters or book covers. It’s also one of the more cost-effective options, compared to foil stamping or embossing. → Continue to Letterpress Business Cards
Also known as raised ink printing, this process utilizes a powdered resin dissolved into ink which is heat sensitive, making it expand slightly after being applied to the card and heated. This yields a design that is raised, glossy and richly textured, while maintaining the precision you’d expect from any printing ink, suitable for even the most challenging and intricate designs.
The end result is a surprisingly resilient treatment with a classic, tactile appeal. Far less costly than engraving or embossing, yet no less distinctive and durable, thermography cards make are a popular choice for business stationery, postcards and formal invitations. → Continue to Thermography Business Cards
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