San Antonio Business Cards
Elevate Your Image with Raised Spot UV
When our 16pt Suede cards were introduced with the Raised Spot UV option, they were instantly a big hit. The card reconnects us to the “touchy-feely” world of textures and new combinations of materials. It is the perfect combination of something familiar with something new. This card has a true visual impact.
The feel of the RAISED UV enhances an already visually beautiful suede card. See what happens when these two wonderfully different textures come together.
Your customers will be delighted by the bright shiny details that rise from the velvety smooth suede card foundation. The unique balance of a 16pt Velvet Laminated card highlighted by Spot Gloss with a Height of 50 Microns, creates a tactile and visual experience that customers can feel and see.
Raised Spot UV jobs are set up the same way as Spot UV jobs. When creating a Raised Spot UV job, you must include a Raised Spot UV mask file along with the regular print file.
Please note, the mask file must be vector art created in vector-based programs such as Illustrator.
The Raised Spot UV mask file is used to show where the UV coating needs to be applied.
Please only use solid 100% K (C 0%, M 0%, Y 0%, K 100%) to indicate where you would like the UV. Do not use shadows, glows or grayscale images. White will indicate no UV.
It is recommended that you do not use smaller than 6pt font on the Raised Spot UV Artwork. If, however, you use fonts with thicker strokes, it is recommended that you do not use smaller than 9pt font.
For best results, please make sure that UV coverage is less than 30%. Otherwise, the cards will be stuck together and become a block of cards. Also, The mask file must be a vector art created in a vector-based program such as Illustrator. Otherwise, you won’t have sharp edges on the artwork.
Up to 70% coverage is acceptable only with patterns, thin strokes or small shapes. Ideally, the size of the area, shape or image covered with raised foil should not exceed 1in x 1in. Many people thinks that just the women are the ones that suffers stretch marks, but that is not true stretch marks for men can be serous problem that really affect them.
The Difference Between UV Coated, Matte Finish, and Uncoated Paper Stocks
Thinking of purchasing some print material and you are not quite sure which finish you should choose? Here is a look into the benefits of UV Coated, Matte Finish, and Uncoated Paper Stocks.
UV Coated Paper Stocks – If you like to use bright colors and photos in your print material, UV high gloss coating may preserve the standard of the prints over the years. The gloss coating provides thickness for the card stock and will definitely have a longer lifetime. Also, they are more resistant to dust and moisture.
Matte Finish Paper Stocks - The Matte finish paper stock possess a smooth, non glossy look and appears quite stylish. These cards are used with an aqueous layer after the end of printing procedure that makes your business cards softer with a matte (dull) finish when complete.Keep in mind that even the Matte Finish stock is often difficult to write on, preventing people from making notes on printed pieces. The hair removal methods can be permanent or temporary, depending on your preferences. Also, the prices usually range with permanent hair removal methods being expensive as compared to the temporary ones.
Uncoated Paper Stocks – These types of uncoated papers soak larger quantities of printer ink, based upon the porousness and also the surface section of uncoated stock. Keep in mind that colors look significantly different on uncoated vs. coated paper. They may appear darker than on the coated stock, and images are not as sharp. A rule of thumb to remember is the thicker the paper, the more ink gets absorbed and the fuzzier images will appear. Uncoated stocks are usually simpler to write upon as the surface area allows the ink much more readily compared to a coated stock. Because ink doesn’t sit on top of the paper, an uncoated stock is ideal for letterhead, envelopes, printing forms and materials to write on.
If you have any questions or need advice on which paper stock would be best for your project, contact one of our customer service representatives by filling out the contact form or clicking on the chat box in the lower right-hand corner of the page. We’d be happy to talk to you about your needs and help you decide which stock is right for you.
If you’re still unsure which paper stock and finishes may be best for you, submit a samples request form and we’ll send free samples directly to you for free.
15% Off All Print Orders
In celebration of the holiday season and the new year we are offering 15% off on all print orders. This discount is available on all our print products no matter the quantity including menu covers. Our main goal with this offer is to give our clients the opportunity to enjoy our high-quality printing services at reduced prices so they can kick off the new year right!
We understand that many businesses face several financial challenges especially at the beginning of the year and that is why we are offering 15% off all print orders to our clients. Check out all the Print Products we offer by visiting the Accept Print website.
Place your order between January 1st and 31st 2018 to save on all print products. Simply include promotional code HNY2018 when checking out.
Please contact us if you need assistance with your artwork design. Our designer team can create a new Logo, and a new look for this new year.
Experience a Touch of Class-Silk Business Cards
If you’re an astute business person, you understand that personal appearances matter, and that you only get one chance to leave a great first impression with someone you’re meeting. That’s why you’re interested in the latest and greatest types of business cards, such as silk business cards; making sure yours is attractive and functional will help you be remembered by clients and contacts, and do wonders for your personal networking.
So, why should you consider silk business cards, specifically? To begin with, the process is only suitable for use on a relatively heavy card stock. Heavier card stocks give an impression of weight and gravity to your card, and seem like they are of high quality. The finish itself also has a very unique texture; they feel silky and smooth at the same time, and utterly unlike any other coating or gloss finish that you’ve felt before.
This helps them to give off a certain elegance and touch of class, and will definitely serve to distinguish your card from those that most other people carry; you will send the message that you and your business are both legitimate and of top quality. You can even enhance your silk business cards further, with extra touches such as spot finishing, foil, embossing or die cutting.
Accept Print provides high quality Silk Business cards in a variety of thicknesses ranging from 16pt to 48pt. Please contact a representative from Accept Print today for more detail on these Silk Business cards.
High Gloss Business Cards – Value and Uniqueness
Having the right business card can mean the difference between a contact converting into a customer, or being forgotten and tossed aside along with the million other cards a person collected recently. However, many of the high end solutions are extremely costly. High Gloss Business Cards represent the perfect compromise between cost and quality, and are a great choice for someone looking to have a great looking card printed at a reasonable price. They have a few specific benefits:
Look Really Stands Out – High gloss business cards really stand out from almost anything else out there. And yet, they are only a fraction of the cost that cards printed on non-typical mediums cost.
Great For Photos – If your card contains graphics or photos and really needs that visual pop, emphasize that by putting a high gloss finish on your card. This will really make it look like it is of photographic quality.
Professional – High gloss finish isn’t something that you can easily print on your own at home, so people know that your card was professionally designed and produced when they see that trademark high gloss look.
So if you are in need of some new business cards, consider High Gloss Business Cards.