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Uncoated Cards 12pt
12 point thick uncoated card stock has an uncoated matte surface that creates more muted color compared to coated card stocks.
Clubcard prints cards of all sizes, brochures, presentation folders, book covers and posters on 12 point uncoated card stock on our advanced digital press with rush same day printing available.
One thing to consider is that digital printing uses dry toner instead of wet inks. Dry toner sits on top of the stock (wet ink absorbs into the stock), so cards with heavy areas of print coverage won't show the matte look of the stock. With this in mind, we suggest choosing coated card stocks or one of our offset or Indigo printing methods for heavy print coverage.
Uncoated card stocks offer a natural look and are a great choice if you want cards that can be written on with markers, pens and pencils. Even ink stamping is ok!
Digital printing is great for printing small quantities with a minimum order of just 10 units. You can even print up to 10 different versions of artwork on this digitally printed option.