Heavyweight Business Cards
Our heavyweight laminated business cards are super thick, extra tough and ultra premium! These quality cards will stand the test of time and will help your card stand out from the pile. The smooth silky smooth velvet matt laminate finish or gloss laminate will not disappoint! Thick heavyweight business cards are a superior business card option without the hefty price tag.
- Super Sturdy 450gsm
- Coated artboard
- Velvet matt laminated 2 sides or Gloss laminated x 2 sides
- CMYK printing 1 side, or CMYK printing 2 sides
- Free delivery Australia wide
- Business Cards
- Premium Cards
- Promotional Cards
- Loyalty Cards
CMYK Colour Mode
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.
The Right Blacks
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%
Refrain from using this black in any artwork as it may result in drying and/or scuffing issues.
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
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.
Standard 90mm x 55mm Card Setup
If you wish to print colour to the edge of your card, please include an extra 3mm of colour (bleed) around the entire artwork.
This is where we cut your cards.
It’s a good idea to keep all important text and graphics within the ‘safe area’ otherwise they may be cut off.