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Post by Hanesa » Thu, 13 Jul 2006 2:17 am

We have been printing our namecards using canon bubblejet printer and find that its more cost effective. We are thinking of using this method to sell to others who need immediate and affordable namecards.

We can have this ready within the same day.

We need feedback before we can post in classified : Would $12.00 (black print) for a box of 100 namecards & $15.00 for full color be competitive price to sell?

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Post by joop » Thu, 13 Jul 2006 1:25 pm

I won't buy from a supplier that prints in a bubble jet, the print quality is lousy and smudges, and definitely doesn't look professional.

I get mine printed professionally, sharp printing quality, perhaps using laser quality or better for a box of 100 at S$8.80 (with colour..) They can even throw in delivery for me at a nominal price.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 13 Jul 2006 3:22 pm

I would have to agree with joop. When I run out on a weekend, I print my own cards using an upper end Epson printer and while it is pretty sharp the inks are only good on Epson Papers (use a different paper like Konica for cost reasons and you will find that the inks don't dry sufficiently or hard enough). Also the businesscard stock using canon papers or epson papers isn't quite heavy enough for professional use. I also find that the colours tends to change over time. Professional? Not!
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Post by kk_lass » Fri, 14 Jul 2006 7:02 pm

Hi Joop,
can i get the contact of ur printer?
Thanx :)
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Post by fx8fx » Sat, 15 Jul 2006 12:27 am

joop wrote:I won't buy from a supplier that prints in a bubble jet, the print quality is lousy and smudges, and definitely doesn't look professional.

I get mine printed professionally, sharp printing quality, perhaps using laser quality or better for a box of 100 at S$8.80 (with colour..) They can even throw in delivery for me at a nominal price.
8-)
do you means this one , it's really the bottom rate in Singapore :)
I got 2 box , bw & colorful in 1 working day.

Full-Color:




quantity one-sided two-sided



100 cards SGD 8.80 SGD 14.00

200 cards SGD 16.40 SGD 26.80

300 cards SGD 23.10 SGD 38.70

400 cards SGD 29.20 SGD 50.00

500 cards SGD 35.00 SGD 61.00




Black & White:




quantity one-sided two-sided



100 cards SGD 6.80 SGD 10.00

200 cards SGD 13.00 SGD 19.40

300 cards SGD 18.75 SGD 28.35

400 cards SGD 26.00 SGD 37.00

500 cards SGD 29.50 SGD 45.50




Paper Stock:




Type: Ivory board 250 gsm
Color: White
Size: 8.8cm x 5.3 cm




Shipping and Handling:




Local delivery SGD 4.00

* Deliver within 2 working days upon receive order before cut-off time.
* Cut-off time is 12 noon for each working day.

http://www.namecardonline.com/eng/prici ... 1860466465

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Post by Matney » Mon, 17 Jul 2006 8:19 am

Silly questions: What is the difference between Name cards and Business cards? What is the purpose of a name card vs. business card? Just got off the plane and not much is making sense at the moment, probably won't all week. :???:

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