Print Features

Please see below for the indepth information on various print features offered by OzStickerPrinting.

Embossed Business Cards

Emboss

Embossing is a process where plates and pressure is used to create a unique raised detail on one side of the business card. On this process this will create a deboss look or a reverse look of embossing on the opposite side of the card. This process can be combined with foil stamping, printed or plain embossed business card.

  • - Embossing is best for logos and company name to enhance design.
  • - The material should be used for this process must be thick as it might leave slight marks on the opposite side of the card due to the pressure used.
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Debossed Business Cards

Deboss

Debossing is the opposite of embossing and other process using plate and pressure. While emboss process needs to apply enough pressure to create a design, with debossing this only needs little pressure to create notches of your design or branding. This process can be combined with foil stamping, printed or plain embossed business card.

  • - The material should be used for this process must be thick as it might leave slight marks on the opposite side of the card due to the pressure used.
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Foil Stamped Business Card

Foil Stamp

Foil stamping is a special process which the metallic foil is applied to paper with using heated plate. Different colour options are available since foil doesn’t come in as many colours as ink does. Our foil stamping is extremely elegant and each plate is created specifically for your business card design.

  • - Stamping may leave slight pressure marks on the reverse side of the card depending on design and card thickness.
  • - The appearance may vary based on colour and texture of the cardstock.
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Thermography Business Cards

Thermography

Thermography is a printing process which relies on heat applied to create raised, clear, glossy finish. It is a practical alternative to achieve a raised effect similar to engraving and embossing. Thermography is usually observed as an engaging and ideal printing process that adds prestige to any printed piece. This refers to two types of printing, both of which rely on heat to create the letters or images on a sheet of paper. The simplest type is where the paper has been coated with a material that changes colour on heating.

  • - Because this is a heat applied process, it can only be used on one side of the card and cannot be used in close proximity to foil. This finishing is ideal for larger areas that do not contain fine details.
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Die Cut Business Cards

Die Cut

Die cutting is the process of using sharp steel rules to cut special shapes for labels, boxes or containers from printed sheets.

Die Cut Rounded Corners

Die Cut Rounded Corners are an ideal option to have your business stand out from others. Rounded Corner has a sleek, modern feel that glide nicely through the handler’s fingers. However, we have followed our standard rounded corners size for 4mm radius; we can also customise this to suite your needs.

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Laser Engraved Business Cards

Laser Engrave

Laser engraving is a process of using lasers to engrave the desired design. For the result, it usually varies depending on the material used. Laser engraving on metal and paper cards, it creates bronze-like look. On smooth white cards, it has a beige unique tone. Silver colour by contrast will appear on black metal cards laser engraving while bronze gold look on quick metal business cards. Laser engraving can be used to create variable data, text or logos and is a lovely addition to a design!

  • - Laser engraving is not best for fine details. 10PT is the recommend font size for laser engraving.
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Laser Cut Business Cards

Laser Cut

Laser cut is a special process which uses laser to cut our cards into a unique form. This finishing will be your best choice in adding extra details with your cards. Custom cut out is also available with this feature.

  • - All website pricing only applies to cards that fit with in the standard size. For oversized pricing please request a custom quote.
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Laser Cut Business Cards

Fold

Fold is a process using paper folding machines where to fold the ends of the bottom card up over the top card to make the folds nice and crisp. On this process, it doubles the space of a card for extra details that would originally be left out on a business card. These cards once folded are the same size as a standard business card, so they can easily fit into business card holders or prospects' wallets.

  • - Fold is best in customizing inside and outside texts and designs. This is also great to maximize the information of a business card at the same time to keep the design that suits your need.
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Laser Cut Business Cards

Punch Holes

Punch hole is a process of adding one or two holes on a card using business card punching machine. Cards are punched with a hole to intensify the design of a customized card based on the client's request. With this process, this can make a business card unique and sensational that will stand out once displayed.

  • - This is a special process of a business card that is often used for tags, IDs, loyalty cards and other various membership cards.
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Tag Strings

Tag Strings

Tag string is where you attach your beautifully designed tags. This is often an afterthought when doing hang tags projects. Tag strings' importance should never be underestimated because it will make or break your tags. Even its color, texture, thickness and length must coordinate with the overall design of your tag.

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