Metallic Plastic Cards

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Metallic Base
Printed Sides
Business Card Size
Plastic Card Options

Signature Panel - Free
Printed Numbering (Black)
Hole Punch (5mm)
Barcode
Embossed Numbering (Silver or Gold)
Slot Punch (3mm x 14mm)
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Metallic Gold and Silver Plastic Cards

Impress your customers with a stunning metallic gold or silver plastic business card! Our metallic plastic business cards are manufactured from the highest quality materials and printed using state of the art print production methods. Gold and silver plastic metallic pvc business cards are long-lasting, tear proof and waterproof.

Our metallic plastic Cards are printed in CMYK/full colour and your choice of numerous card features including sequential and non-sequential numbering, magnetic strips, barcodes, scratch panels, embossing (raised printing) with gold or silver accents, signature panels, foil stamping and more.

Gold and silver plastic business cards are a popular choice for loyalty and VIP cards, gift cards and sophisticated business cards. Our gold and silver plastic metallic cards come standard with rounded corners and are available in a sturdy 0.76mm thicknesses (similar to a credit card thickness).

Card Features:

  • Sturdy 0.76mm Plastic
  • Gloss Finish
  • CMYK printing 1 side, or CMYK printing 2 sides
  • Rounded corners
  • Gold or silver base
  • Great for Business Cards, Promotional Cards, Gift Cards, VIP Cards and Membership Cards
  • Free delivery Australia wide

Available Finishes:

  • Sequential and non-sequential numbering
  • LowCo or HiCo magnetic stripe encoding
  • Bar coding via thermal printing
  • Round and slot hole punching
  • Embossed numbering and lettering with gold or silver accents
  • Signature and custom panels
  • Foil stamping

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Artwork Guidelines

 HANDY HINT: When designing your metallic card, use darker colours for best results. 

Download a design template

Ai Illustrator
Ind InDesign
Psd Photoshop

Artwork Setup Plastic Business CardsMetallic Gold & Silver Plastic Card Setup 85.5mm x 54mm

Business Card Artwork Setup Bleed Bleed Area = 91.50mm x 60mm
If you wish to print colour to the edge of your card, please include an extra 3mm of colour (bleed) around the entire artwork.

NBC BC Artwork Setup Trim Trim Area = 85.5mm x 54mm
This is where we cut your cards.

NBC BC Artwork Setup Safe Area Safe Area = 79.5mm x 48mm
It's a good idea to keep all important text and graphics within the 'safe area' otherwise they may be cut off.

CMYK Colour Mode
CMYK

Setup your artwork and graphics in CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) colour mode. This will ensure that you avoid any unexpected colour changes. Please convert any RGB or SPOT images to CMYK before supplying your file. 

 
 Black Break Downs
Default Black

TEXT AND LINES
Black:  C0%, M0%, Y0%, B100%
BACKGROUNDS (larger 30mm area)
Rich Black: C30%, M20%, Y20%, B100% 
Rich Blue Black: C40%, M0%, Y0%, B100% 
DEFAULT BLACK
Refrain from using this black in any artwork as it may result in drying and/or scuffing issues.

Resolution
Artwork Resolution

All files must be supplied at a minimum of 300dpi (dots per inch) at full size. Images such as photos which appear in your artwork must also have a minimum resolution of 300dpi. Images that have a lower resolution may result in a pixilated or fuzzy finish. REMEMBER – images taken from the Internet are only 72dpi and are not suitable for print.

 Outline or Embed Fonts
Outline Embedd Fonts

Make sure that all fonts are outlined or embedded within your file. This means that we can print your file even if we don't have your fonts installed on our computers. This will reduce the possibilities of fonts not displaying as they should and not being printed the way you had proposed.