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Published on March 20th, 2012 | by PrintPlace

PrintPlace Custom Quotes

Even though we have a pretty extensive collection of options for your print order, you still might want something that’s not on the menu. Just like a great restaurant, we can talk to the chef and get you something that’s exactly to your taste. We can do diecut business cards and map folds. Maybe metallic inks, extra large runs, PMS colors, unusual papers or special finishes like embossing or foil.

The first thing you need to know is that a custom size doesn’t require a custom order. We can accommodate nearly any size you want through our Custom Trim option. When you’re selecting your options, look for a section labeled “Custom Size” and then choose “Yes” from the drop-down menu for Custom Trim? You can manually enter the height and width you want.

But if you really do have something unique that you want to create, you can contact our custom order team to get a quote. Call 877.405.3949 and ask for the Custom Quotes department or browse to the Custom Quote section of the website. We’ll ask you for what kind of product you want, what kind of paper you want to use, the size and the folding options you want. In addition to that, you can give us details on the kind of ink you want, the folding method and the cutting you want.

Our quote team will determine if we can complete the project and give you a price for what it will cost.  Be sure to leave us your contact information and your preferred method of communication. We will get back to you in the way you like best.

So, use your imagination, dream big. Your business card doesn’t have to look like every other card that’s ever existed. We have the tools and skills to make your vision into a reality.


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