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Printed on an ultra-thick 450gsm stock, paired with soft touch lamination and beautifully finished with Scodix digital enhancement to create sophisticated luxury business cards. Why not enhance your luxurious designs with further finishing options including round cornering or handy business card presentation boxes?
Looking to print more than one card variation? We've got you covered. Use our multi-version calculator and start saving on your luxury business card printing costs today.
Please note, Scodix is only available one side.
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- Guides - Business Cards
- Guides - Colour Variation
- Guides - File Formats
- Guides - Setting Up Artwork For Scodix Using Spot Colours
- Guides - Scodix File Preparation
- Guides - What Is Scodix?
- Guides - Images and Fonts File Preparation
- Guides - Artwork Orientation
- How To Create A Scodix Enhancement File
- Lamination Types
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Frequently Asked Questions
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What does 400gsm mean?
Gsm is the thickness of the material. 400gsm is the second thickest standard business card we offer, measuring approximately 0.4 millimetres thick. If you're looking for a thicker business card, check out our 450gsm card options.
What is the standard UK business card size?
In the UK, most business cards are 55 x 85mm - which is around the same size as a credit card.
What is Scodix?
Scodix is a clear gloss raised finish that is used after the printing progress has been completed. The high raised spot varnish look is extremely effective on logos and can give your business cards a more textured feel. Scodix can also be used without printing.
Can Scodix laminated business cards be recycled?
Unfortunately not. Laminated paper is difficult to recycle as the paper cannot be separated from the lamination once applied.
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