3D Business Cards
Are you looking for a Durable yet affordable Business Card that you will feel proud to hand out to your clients?
Plastic Business Cards are the Perfect Card for you. This card stock stands up to water, weather, grease, chemicals, and resists tearing in both directions.
Accept Print is not just limited to Plastic Business Cards. They offer several different types of plastic card stocks. Here are some examples of the Different Plastic Card Stocks you can order through Accept Print:
If you need any assistance please contact our Customer Care team or our design team to ensure that you get the perfect Plastic Business Cards printed for your company.
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There are many different types of business cards that fit the bill, but what are the contributing elements to success?
- 1. Quality Paper
- 2. Quality Printing
- 3. Eye-catching, Relevant design appropriate to a particular industry
One way to catch attention and to show a studied attention to detail is to go for Raised Letter Business Cards. Raised letter business cards allow all of the words or pictures (or some of the words and pictures to emphasize key elements of the card) to be physically raised via a printing technique called thermography.
These raised letter business cards add aesthetics and focus visually as well as physically as the raised ink portions may also be felt.
Have you ever needed the services of a Notary Public? Do you remember how the two sides of their little metal contraption crushed a seal (raised image) into the paper stock? This is a terrific way to visualize the embossing/debossing process.
Embossing and debossing are processes of pressing paper into relief using heat and force. The procedure involves the use of two etched metal dies, a raised (male) counter-die and recessed (female) die. The raised die forces the card stock into the recessed die to create the embossed impression. Embossing creates a raised impression while debossing creates an indented impression.
Embossing applies pressure to the backside of paper stock to alter the surface, giving it a three dimensional or raised effect. A die maker engraves the desired impression (image or copy) into several metal plates (embossing dies). Embossing is generally the process most often employed to attract attention or convey high quality textural contrast in relation to the surrounding area.
Debossing applies pressure to the front side of paper stock forcing the material away or down from the paper surface. Debossing is not as commonly used as embossing.
It is possible to achieve an elegant embossed effect with only one level of etching that renders a flat image with either a beveled or rounded edge. You can also achieve a more sculpted look with many levels of etching. Obviously, the more elaborate the design and etching, the more costly it is to make the die.
In your embossing journey, you will likely to run across common emboss types including blind emboss, registered emboss, combination emboss, pasteling, glazing, and scorching. You are also likely run across common emboss shapes such as flat with bevel, dome, v-shape chisel, flat with round edge, multi-level, sculptured, bevel-in, split bevel, and bevel out.
Embossing without the use of ink or foil (change in dimensional appearance only) to highlight the embossed area is called blind emboss. The blind embossing process provides a clean image, whether distinctive or subtle. In fact, the Notary Public’s seal is an example of blind embossing. Top notch card stock embossing incorporates a detailed die and bulky paper stock to enhance the depth and intricacy of the final piece.
To create a more dramatic effect, foil stamping can be applied to the raised surfaces. Combination stamping, or foil embossing, is the process of embossing and foil stamping the same image. A registered embossed foil stamp and embossing is done in two passes and requires close registration, that must be controlled, to keep the image and foil matched precisely. A combination emboss uses a combination of die to foil stamp and emboss in one operation. Your choice of paper stock may affect the final appearance of your foil stamped card stock. Papers such as 25% cotton, 100% cotton, vellum, laid stock and other porous papers will dull certain foils.
Embossing can be used for logos or accents surrounding logos, borders or highlights surrounding images or information, and elegant accents for distinctive symbols, images, graphics, or lines on your custom print products.
Although technology has advanced the process, foil stamping and embossing are crafts where experience is absolutely crucial to success. An experienced stamper will guide you through what can and cannot be achieved with foil and embossing.
Ink, foil, paper stock, and die are all key elements in the success of an embossed or debossed card stocks. Given the number of variables, it is best to get your print company involved at the design level. An experienced commercial print company like Accept Print will be able to guide you in your decisions so that your business cards or other print products are stunning and not mediocre. These things can only be learned through experience, this is something Accept Print prides itself on.
Is glossy a little too glossy for your image? Is matte just not vibrant enough for your brand?
Silk Business Cards are the solution.
Silk cards offer that happy compromise of sleek and simple. Created with the application of a smooth laminate finish, silk cards are the perfect, professional complement to any brand image. Plus, thanks to a tear- and water-resistant finish, they’re sure to last.
Silk cards are available in several styles. So, you can decide which is right for you?
Silk Business Cards with Spot UV -For any brand, for any industry
Slim Silk Business Cards- Mini cards that make images super striking
Silk Die Cut Business Cards- Edgy and very attractive
Silk Business Cards with Foil- Bold, brazen, and crazy for attention
Oval or Rounded Silk Business Cards- For a more unique twist on the old classic.
Silk Business Card with Embossing – To make your logo or other card features really “POP”
Silk Business Cards with Double Thickness 32 pt- Adding a dramatic touch
One of the hottest new trends for a Business Card is the Ultra Thick……
48 pt silk business cards. It is significantly heavier than a normal card and with a different finish, this card definitely communicates gravitas, and a certain inspired style to those looking to impress.
The weight of the card is the first thing most people will notice. 48pt silk business cards are usually created by marrying together 3 standard 16 pt silk business cards to produce an ultra-heavy, ultra-thick finished product that looks incredibly classy and refined. Accept Print is able to create your custom widths Silk Business Card. We offer Super Thick 32pt to Ultra Thick 80pt Silk Business Cards.
All of these thicknesses can be customized with Foil, Spot UV, Embossing. Die-Cut and perforations can also be added to make a multi layered 3-D Silk Business Card.
Silk finishes are, of course, one of the most popular decorative finishing options available on most card stocks, and 48 pt silk business cards are no exception. The look is smooth, sleek, and gives off an impression of success that is impossible to mimic. So if you’re interested in standing out from the crowd, consider doing so with some 48 pt silk business cards from Accept Print.