[Chugalug] [Bulk] Re: OT: printing playing cards
stewartbenjamin at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 01:11:57 UTC 2013
I'm pretty sure scrapbooking-type stores will have a rounded-corner
hole-punch kind of thing, which I just learned you'd call a die.
On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 7:51 PM, John Aldrich <mrmaxx at spamcop.net> wrote:
> On Wed October 30 2013 4:34:08 PM Dan Lyke wrote:
> > On Wed, 30 Oct 2013 18:51:40 -0400
> > John Aldrich <mrmaxx at spamcop.net> wrote:
> > > Thanks, Dan. I just want 'em on like posterboard type stock or
> > > slightly heavier.
> > If Jones is still around, they may very well have a playing card die as
> > a stock item. In which case for a limited run you could almost print it
> > yourself on glossy photo paper and ask them to cut it for you. However,
> > as I said, Jones is likely to be expensive and big.
> > But a Google search for "die cut printing Chattanooga" looks like there
> > are several smaller printers in Chattanooga that'd probably also do
> > this.
> > http://www.giprinting.com/
> > Graphic Impressions, Inc.
> > 2605 E 30th Street
> > Chattanooga, TN 37407
> > 423-622-0005
> > Looks like they can do exactly this. They advertise "rounded corners".
> > (Sometimes it helps a lot to know what you're searching for...)
> > Dan
> Kewl. Thanks, Dan. I already sent a request to Jones describing what I
> The hard part is going to be getting the backs correct. Because this game
> two different types of cards (black back and white back) it's going to be
> difficult to get these "extra" cards printed on the right back. :(
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