PET stands for polyethylene terephthalate, which is a plastic resin and form of polyester.The drawback with PVC cards is that they don’t stand up well to heat. If your security ID cards are going to be exposed to high temperatures such as when laminating your cards or if you’re using a retransfer printer, PVC cards will warp or bend slightly or even crack.
PET stands for polyethylene terephthalate, which is a plastic resin and form of polyester. PET cards—or Composite PVC-PET
cards—are made up of a combination of PVC and polyester that's highly durable and heat-resistant.
They're also longer-lasting than PVC cards. This strong composite material reduces the likelihood of your cards breaking,
warping, cracking, or even melting when exposed to high heat settings.
Common types of printing include offset color printing, silk screen printing, thermal printing and digital printing, etc. You
also have chooses for the finish like: matte finish, glassy finish and frosted finish. Most plastic cards are in credit card size
that is 85.5*54*0.76mm or 2 1/8" x 3 3/8". However, various thickness and shapes can be customized according to
|1.Bright and colorful |
3.stable in exposed to high heat settings
|Technology||matte surface,barcode,magnetic strip,embossing,etc|
|Weight||6 kg/1000 PCS|
|Character||environment friendly material|
|Product Advantage||free design service, good price and quality|
|Craft||Magnetic stripe, gold hot stamping, silver hot stamping|
|Gold metallic background, silver metallic background|
|Embossed number, UV ink, scratch-off, series number|
|Barcode,hole punching, spot UV printing, hologram|