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#31484 19-Mar-2009 10:05
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Hey guys,


i m looking at using cards (plastic cards like ID cards) to print pertinent details I use for my job.  So I am looking for somewhere that will/can print me 10 or so double sided ID cards with the information I lay out.

The cards obviously need no magnetic strip; in fact this would just get in the way!  Does anyone know anyplaces and if so how much they will cost.  I am in WGTN but if need be I will happily have it done elsewhere and sent up or down!





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  #202127 19-Mar-2009 10:52
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I've used a company in Tauranga called ID Solutions. Good prices and quick service.

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  #202145 19-Mar-2009 12:26
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I have used Thumbprint in Lower hutt for a similar sort of printing in the past. Did the job for me.

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Master Geek

  #202162 19-Mar-2009 13:55
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Try Security Plastics:

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Ultimate Geek

  #202163 19-Mar-2009 13:55
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are they particularly fussy about what they make?

So if i wanted a copy of my driver licence would they do it?  Or if i wanted to er....make a copy of my season ski pass? All good?

LOL im playing devils advocate here!


The force is strong with this one!


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Uber Geek

  #202291 20-Mar-2009 00:45
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Cheers guys,


Exploring the options now ;)

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