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    Playing Card Paper

    We've got all the necessary equipment (or will shortly) to do this efficiently. We've had a prototype die cutting system custom made for the purpose. Our specialization will be short run board and card games. Just trying to find some new sources for the actual playing card stock.
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    Playing Card Paper

    Stack cutting allows for blade drift and uneven card sizes, so die cutting is the ideal method. Rotary die cutters. Had one specially made for the purpose. 280gsm is generally fine for thinner cards, but the specialty board game and trading card game markets are generally looking for a thicker...
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    Playing Card Paper

    Sinosea is China's second largest paper milll, I guess. But they only mill a 280gsm stock. Koehler only likes to sell in full container load quantities and has order turn arounds of 3-4 months, but do make a 310gsm stock at least. I'm trying to find a source that I can order somewhat smaller...
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    Playing Card Paper

    Yes, playing cards
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    Playing Card Paper

    Does anyone here print playing cards on digital press? I am trying to source black core playing card stock in ranges of 300-330 gsm. Found two us companies so fa that are pretty expensive per sheet and one German company that has an ok price, but they only sell an entire shipping container at a...

Automatically Autonomous Automation

Automatically Autonomous Automation
Although the autonomous car is not quite ready, a lights out print operation is something you can do right now if you have a comprehensive Print MIS (Management Information System). The advantages can put money on your bottom line. So what’s your next step? Link to Article

 
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