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Printing Business PVC cards

Discussion in 'General Business' started by James donaldosn, Feb 10, 2016.

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    SOrry for my english
    I will try to explain my best

    I want to print Business PVC card with printer
    I have Fargo HDP5000 and Zebra P330i

    I'm looking to buy another printer that can print relief
    By relief I mean print characters that will be feel on touch of finger
    SEMrush
    How do yo name those printers or what's the term that I have to look
     
    James donaldosn, Feb 10, 2016 IP
    SEMrush
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    99james99 Member

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    i don't like business cards that are too fancy, simple cards are always more elegant.
     
    99james99, Feb 11, 2016 IP
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    jestep Prominent Member Premium Member

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    They're called an embosser.
     
    jestep, Feb 11, 2016 IP
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    This is a belated reply but just in case other people will come across this post while looking for the best business card printers, I'm nevertheless putting out this list (and surely graphic designers will agree):
    • Canon Color imageCLASS MF733Cdw.
    • Canon Pixma iP8720 Inkjet Printer.
    • Lexmark CS410dtn Color Laser Printer
    • Brother HLL8360CDW
    • HP PhotoSmart 5520
    • HP Envy 4500
    • Epson Expression Photo HD XP-15000 Wide-format Printer
    • Epson Expression Photo XP-8500
    There are new printer models cropping up so you might want to explore them as well.
     
    David Blakey, Nov 1, 2018 IP
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    Gracie Tallis Fetch Peon

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    Hi. As a graphic designer, I will give you an advice. If you're using the printer for your business, instead of purchasing a new printer, maybe think that a business card with proper elements is always the best. It's not about always the paper feel, it's 99% about the right layout and the right message.
    Graphic design elements are a must too. First impressions are something to be remembered, and business cards are a great way to make that first impression a positive one. Instead of throwing money off the window, invest in a creative idea for a business card (for example, Hair saloon comb business card).
     
    Gracie Tallis Fetch, Mar 6, 2019 IP
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    jrbiz Illustrious Member

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    I buy a lot of promotional marketing materials in my "day job" and I love items that further emphasize the business. Your idea of a hair salon comb business card is spot on! How about a nail file business card for a fingernail salon? I remember many years ago, back when CD's were the only way to get software on your computer, one software sales rep had a mini-CD with his business card information printed on it. The mini-CD had his company brochure embedded in it (pdf). Those types of creative business cards can be quite memorable.
     
    jrbiz, Mar 6, 2019 IP
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