Skip to Content

Dry Erase Cards?

6 replies [Last post]
havoc1605
Offline
Joined: 01/11/2012

Hello all,

not sure if this is the right place to post this. Sorry if its not, im new.
For my game i need cards that can be used with dry erase markers. Thing is i need a few different sizes, roughly 2"x3", 4"x4" and a large one about 8"x10". I would prefer them to be relatively thick, at least a little more than an average CCG card.

Does anyone have any ideas how i can get these manufactured? Best places to look? Or even an alternatives?

Thanks everyone!

EDIT: Can dry erase markers be used on UV coating?
-Nick.

JaffetC
JaffetC's picture
Offline
Joined: 09/19/2011
There is a form of laminating

There is a form of laminating called dry erase that you can apply to your cards before they are cut, but im sure the extra process may cost you a bit more... im sure you could get this done...

havoc1605
Offline
Joined: 01/11/2012
Thank you for your reply. Ill

Thank you for your reply. Ill look into that.

havoc1605
Offline
Joined: 01/11/2012
New Question. But along the

New Question.

But along the same lines so i figured I'd use the same topic.

I need cards that are very thick. About 1/8" , hard or at least very sturdy. Any suggestions would be great guys!

Thanks again!!

-Nick.

EdWedig
Offline
Joined: 09/15/2009
Look for a product called

Look for a product called GoWrite. It's dry-erase paper that can be run through a laser printer (black only, I think. I have not tried color). It's got "post-it" type adhesive on the back, but I assume you could spray-mount it to a cardboard or chipboard.

-Ed
www.edwedig.com

JaffetC
JaffetC's picture
Offline
Joined: 09/19/2011
1/8" so .125... hmm, that

1/8" so .125... hmm, that isnt that thick, but im sure you can find it. :) try XpedX if you want to just buy the paper.

curtis.lacy
Offline
Joined: 11/14/2011
Dry Erase during play?

You're letting players mark up the cards over the course of the game? I'm intrigued!

Syndicate content


forum | by Dr. Radut