Do you have questions on how to properly develop your product graphically? or do you want to know what our production minimums are?
Below you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between a frame and a full bleed graphic??
The full bleed graphic is when the picture reaches the very edge of the card or if we have different frame colors in one deck. You need a push-through die for the full bleed graphics. The frame graphics assume a uniform, one-color frame, 3-5mm wide, around the picture. An example can be seen on the "Cards - Game Component" page.
What is the difference between single-layer and double-layer cardboard?
Single layer cardboard, FSC Monojet, is suggested for children products - it is chalk cardboard, which is characterized by whiteness. Often chosen for games where the cards are mostly lying rather than being played "by hand". A two-layer cardboard, a professional card cardboard (FSC Classic 285, FSC Casino Matt 300, FSC Zenith Satin 300, FSC Casino Satin 330) is a cardboard with have a gray or black carbon insert / glue / screen inside, thanks to card does not show through against the light.
What is production minimum?
500 decks a minimum 55 cards inside, below that number of cards 1000 decks or 500 board games
Cards with own graphics - approx. 4-5 weeks from the moment of release to print. Card games / board games with own graphics - approx. 4-6 weeks from the time of release to print
OUR RETAIL OFFER:
Card / card games - 48 hours from receiving the order.
What is the logistic minimum for orders from your retail offer?
500 PLN netto.
What is the logistic minimum for promotional orders?
There is no logistic minimum, the costs of transport are borne by the customer..
I want to submit an inquiry - what should be included in it?
Quantity, number of cards in the deck, card format, how the product will be packed: in a tuck box, foil, bottom / lid box or other. Additionally for board games: The format of the box, the format of the board, additional components (pawns, cubes, tokens) and their dimensions and colors.