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Getting Cards Printed

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phread
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Does anyone have any suggestions on who to go to to get a card game printed? Prototype or Production?

Thanks,
fred

bonsaigames
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POD & Prototyping

For PoD & Prototyping I would suggest thegamecrafter.com

JaffetC
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if you just need a prototype...

you could always get prints at Fedex Office, especially for prototypes... The Game Crafter is fine as well. and there is also bluepanther

OHMS Gaming
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I'm pretty sure OfficeMax is

I'm pretty sure OfficeMax is cheaper than Fedex Office (especially if you can find a coupon).

Try contacting Steve at Blue Panther LLC (as JaffetC suggested too)- they will do short run prototypes domestically too.
http://www.bluepantherllc.com/

phread
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I appreciate it.

Thanks everybody, I'll check those out!

fred

J. Alex K.
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I have been using The

I have been using The Printers Studio (http://www.printerstudio.com/) and have been very happy with their products. Shipping times are a bit long (around 10-12 days) but the cards and great and the process is easy.

OHMS Gaming
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Oh, and I've heard good

Oh, and I've heard good things about SuperiorPOD (http://www.superiorpod.com/).

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Perhaps another note worth

Perhaps another note worth making: We bought an HP Officejet 8500 Pro (~$300). It has one of the best ink use rates that I've seen for the quality it puts out (it is capable of photo quality on photo paper). That said, we've used it to print prototype cards which we then cut and sleeve ourselves... It takes a bit more time but in the end for quick changes it is both cost effective and simple. ;)

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