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Old 07-11-2006, 02:38 PM   #1
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I know there's a large number of printers who print comics but do you know of any with the ability to print the standard collectible card game?
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Printers pretty much print everything. Posters, trading cards, merchandise dumps, etc.
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That is not really true T.J. I have had to dig around to find printers for any kind of cards.

these guys specifically print Trading cards http://www.yaquinto.com/
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Depending on the size you want, google 'Playing Card Manufactuerer' and you will get a long list.

For some people with experience, the Board Game Designers forums has a lot of helpful info on this subject, including a manufacturers list.

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That is not really true T.J. I have had to dig around to find printers for any kind of cards.

these guys specifically print Trading cards http://www.yaquinto.com/
Hmm, outside of some PODs, every printer I've contacted has had the ability to print on whatever stock, and cut to whatever size I needed. Of course, I'm mostly talking about offset printers. But I've never had a problem finding trading card printers.

It's been awhile since I've inquired. Maybe that has changed with some of them.

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