Clear Plastic Business cards (<strong>Business Cards</strong> - Many finishing and coating options)
Description of the clear plastic cards:
Plastic business cards are printed on a clear, fully transparent plastic with CMYK inks. No white under base!
These are cool-looking, durable, tearproof and waterproof
Available in business card shape and oval shape.
These cards are initially printed on a plastic sheet, and then die-cut. Since the set-up costs are high because of the number of operations necessary, our recommendation is to buy
What is Special about Plastic Business Cards:
Taste, elegance, and uniqueness is what this product represents.
We are tempted to call it a minimalist version of business cards, where the very necessary information is made available while the card blends with the environment where it is being observed.
We could call it unforgettable.
In many trades, people are trying to reflect their uniqueness, often using the same tools. This reflects a different approach to uniqueness and elegance.
FILE PREPARATION for clear plastic business card printing
#1 - Since there is no white ink involved, the transparent clear plastic remains so.
#2 - When setting up a rich black value, please make sure that you use the following CMYK combination: C-60 / M-40 / Y-40 / K-100
#3 - Some cards might have minor scratches. That is normal and expected because of the nature of the production process and the type of plastic used. Nothing to do about that.
#4 - All the areas that look white in your design will remain clear and transparent.
Shipping: This product ships at no additional charge. Just be aware that additional days might be required
How is the Plastic Sheet Manufactured? Through an Extrusion Manufacturing Process
This schematic shows in a very simplified way how the plastic polymer which is the raw plastic material, is turned into a sheet of plastic. The polymer is provided to the extrusion company in the shape of spheres, about 1/8" .
That plastic is heated in the extruder and made flat with the use of extrusion dies. A system of chilled calenders will provide the thickness and other dimensional properties to the plastic sheet. This schematic was created by Science Direct, and here is the link to the full resource.