Metallic PET Cards
Gold / Silver / White / Clear
Thin Plastic PET 0.22mm (6 mil)
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Thickness: 0.22mm (6-7 mil)
This card is printed on gold PET is perfect as gold membership cards or as luxurious business cards. This stock is ultrathin, light weight, and flexible. Can be printed on both sides. There is no white ink, so white areas in your design will be left unprinted revealing the gold stock. Standard round corners are included. These cards are waterproof, tear proof and very resilient. Due to the PET plastic some scratching is possible (although more resilient to scratching than silver plastic & clear plastic).
*Please allow 3 business days* to process your printing order before shipping (from file approval).
Print turnaround does not include shipping time.
Silk lamination process takes one more day, but, we usually finish our job in 3 days
but it may sometimes take a little more time depending on the factory’s situation of how busy they are.
When you give me the approval, we start printing the following day.
USPS First Class shipping normally takes 3 business days* to arrive depending on your location.
However, because of the pandemic situation, USPS shipping may take longer than usual
*Business days are Monday-Friday. We are closed on weekends and holidays.
ExonPrint does not guarantee the color will match the preview on the customer’s monitor, as we cannot compensate for the color variance on each customer’s monitor set-up.
The color you see in your monitor is in RGB Color scheme which consists of three colors; Red, Green, and Blue. These are the primary colors of light, which computer monitors use to display images on your screen.
The color to be printed on your business card is in CMYK color scheme, which consists of four colors: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. In full-color process printing, CMYK is the standard method of offset printing.
Therefore, the printed color will never perfectly match the on-screen color. Colors vary from monitor to monitor, and different printers produce different color results.
The best you can do is use a CMYK chart as a reference but if using offset gang printing you have to leave room for slight shifts. This is not just MorningPrint but an industry standard. The advantage of gang printing is that printing in the 4 color process in large quantities, it reduces the cost but there is less control of color than if you are dealing with a standardized system like PMS.