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Always the perfect plastic card for you!
We can produce a large variety of plastic cards based on the ISO standard 7810 (86 mm x 54 mm – 0,76 mi, made of high-gloss laminated PVC) and a huge range of individual plastic cards and badges, e. g. supersized or thinner plastic cards.
Attractive card prices and delivery periods for your plastic card project.
Consulting or support; we can help you at any time with competent and high quality service.
We offer different finishing options for your project. Click on the images below for more information.
Plastic cards can be numbered for a variety of purposes.
Businesses can number their plastic cards to help them keep track of how many cards have been distributed to consumers.
Numbers can also be used to correspond to a database maintained by the business to track consumer information much in the same manner as a barcode would be used.
Numbering can also be used as a form of personalization when individuals are assigned a number that needs to correspond to their name - such as in the case of an ID badge.
Barcode is the easiest way to encode the information on the card. Information is encoded in the form of dark lines of varying thickness. The information contained in the code read by a scanner.
The most common barcodes are:
In the artwork of plastic card there should be a white area for a barcode in order to be easier for scanner to read
We can offfer pre-coloured plastic cards or with a metallic background.
There are 3 available colours for plain:
For metalic background there are 4 different options:
Metallic silkscreen allows to get deep colours and attractive visual effects.
Embossing is a stamping on the characters with the help of mechanical fonts.
There are two font sizes for embossing:
Embossing method can be used for: card numbers, card numbers and data (usually your name, the position, expiration date, etc.).
Magnetic stripe cards are one of the cheapest and the most available solutions of recording information.
Magnetic stripe is a tape, on which we can encode information. Reading of magnetic stripe takes place during swiping a plastic card through a reader.
There are two types of magnetic stripes:
We ca offer a number of different colours of magnetic stripe:
Smart cards are cards with memory in the form of an electronic contact module. Chip is rewritable and allows to read the information in digital form.
Reading the information is done by inserting the card into the reader.A chip has bigger storage than a magnetic stripe so we can save higher amount of information.
Smart cards allow you to record up to 32 KB. The most popular modules are: SLE5542 - 256 bytes of capacity and SLE 5528 - 1 Kb of capacity.
Holograms on cards
A hologram is an advanced form of photography that allows an image to be recorded in three dimensions.
As opposed to 3D, a hologram appears to stand out as a true image in three dimensions that does not simulate image depth or require specific material to be viewed.
Why use a hologram as a security enforcement tool?
For a no obligation quote contact us on 23816260 or firstname.lastname@example.org, we will go through your requirements and provide you with the best possible solution.
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