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Price: $180.00
 
 

Raised Foil Cards

Product Types: Printed on 19PT soft touch suede lamination with RAISED Gold and Silver Foil on 1 side. The Foil looks Embossed. Raised foil on Both sides is extra $60.

Color: Printed full color 1 side (4/0) or 2 sided (4/4) CMYK

Quantities: Ranges from 250 to 1,000

Finished size available: 3.5x2

File Format: To print raised Foil business cards you would have to submit 2 files for each side (total of 4 files for a single card). The fist file "base" would be your regular business card file as it would have been in any other case. The 2nd file "Foil Mask" is a black/white file. The BLACK color will indicate the areas that will be covered with the foil.

Finishing: Foiled, Cut to size and box.

Quality: 2400 DPI, 300 LPI

Turnaround: 9-10 Business Days For Printing. Shipping time depends on your delivery location (See FAQ for Turnaround).

Accepted File Type: PDF

Cutoff time is 11:00 (AM) Eastern Standard Time


Raised Foil cards are printed on 16pt card stock, laminated on both sides with 1.5mil soft velvet laminate, which gives them a substantial thickness of 19pt. For best results, please make sure that foil coverage is less than 50%. Otherwise, the foil will be heavy and won’t hold. Smallest Font size for raised foil cards are 10pt.


Tips on setting up the raised foil


As part of the package, creating a Raised Foil business card should involve a Raised Foil Mask file that works with the normal CMYK print file. The mask is used as a guide to where the foil will be applied. Programs like Illustrator or Photoshop are recommended as the mask file should be created in vector-based. It’s highly recommended that you use solid black invariants such as C 0%, M 0%, Y 0% and K 100% to show where you prefer the foil. Avoid using shadows, grayscale, or glows as they will not be as strong and the color white will show no foil. Refrain from knockouts. They may seem nicer but you end up experiencing a shift of up to 1/16" once the foil is applied.