Hologram Cards combine multiple images to create a variety of visual effects.
Raised embossed lettering, such as names and member numbers can be added to the plastic cards
Barcodes are a series of wide and narrow bars that can be scanned.
Printing very small text, usually too small to read with the naked eye, used as anti-counterfeiting techniques .
UV inks are only view-able under UV or black lights and can be applied in a few different ways to offer customers integrated options of added security.
Highlight a particular area (or areas) of a card, by applying a silkscreen UV coating, also known as spot UV coating.
Cards to conceal PINs, where one or more areas contain concealed information which can be revealed by scratching off an opaque covering.
Names ,Number or Logo in Gold & Silver Foils are transferred to a surface at high temperatures.
Metallic ink with fine reflective metallic particles that create a shine and luster effect on your cards
Variable data, such as sequential or random numbers, contact information, and barcodes are all generally thermal printed on the cards
Guilloché (or guilloche) is a decorative technique in which a very precise, intricate and repetitive pattern is mechanically engraved into an underlying material via engine turning, which uses a machine of the same name, also called a rose engine lathe.
Transparent cards offer dynamic, eye-popping originality. The trendy, see-through element gives them a modern touch
A QR code two-dimensional barcode consists of black modules arranged in a square grid on a white background, which can be read by an imaging device.
Signature panels make it easier to write on cards with any type of pen, rather than just a permanent marker.