Here is an example of a custom shape die-cut business card printed on Clubcard’s 16 point coated cardstock available on our offset print run. When we say a card is 16 points this means the card is 16/1000 of an inch thick; as a reference most cards are printed on 12 to 16 point cardstocks.
Die Cutting is a term used by printers to refer to a process of cutting a printed item to a shape supplied by the client. The very affordable prices we list reflect custom die cut cards with a basic shape. If you require a shape deemed to be complicated or intricate, the price may increase based on complexity.
Clubcard’s custom die-cut business cards are printed at 200 linescreen using CMYK soy inks for excellent high quality reproduction of photographs and artwork. This example has low lustre matte aqueous coating on both sides but you can choose from a high gloss UV coating or a matte aqueous coating on both sides or or a mixture of both at no extra cost.
Please be sure to click on the “File Preparation” tab for notes on the best practices and standards for designing your cards. We also have a live online chat available during business hours where you can get expert advice from one of our project managers. You can also check out Clubcard.TV to watch our free graphic design tutorials that walk you through the design and set-up process for our products.
We are happy to send you a free sample pack so you can see our stocks for yourself, just click on the request samples link below this video and we will have your sample pack in the mail right away.
When you’re ready to print your project at Clubcard just use the calculators on each page to configure your order then click add to cart and follow the simple step by step process that will allow you to upload your artwork, arrange for pick-up or shipping and securely pay for your order.