Raise your brand up with raised spot UV business cards.
Looking for a way to make your business card not just stand out, but stand up? Give someone your custom raised spot UV business cards and they'll see and truly feel the difference. You'll make an impression on every finger, and in every mind they touch.
Raised spot UV business card printing involves a special spot UV process where a layer of UV ink is applied to your cards on a specified area of your design. This layer of UV ink is about 50 microns higher than the surrounding surface, giving your cards an interesting, memorable texture wherever the raised spot UV is applied.
Use raised ink on your cards so customers can literally feel your designs and your brand, just like embossed business cards. These cards are popular for businesses of all sizes looking for a way to stand out from the competition. Raised ink cards are also perfect for appointment cards as well.
We print raised spot UV business cards in the standard 2" x 3.5" size and on durable 16 pt. velvet soft touch cardstock that elevates the premium texture.
You can also print with raised UV ink on one or both sides, allowing for intriguing design possibilities.
Elevate your business card customization. Try our raised spot UV business card printing.
What file formats do you accept?
We accept print-ready files in the following formats: AI, EPS, CDR, .TIFF, JPEG, PSD, INDD, .DF, and PUB.
What image resolution should I use for images?
The ideal resolution for images is 300 dpi and 400 dpi for text. Please check our Guide to Image Resolution to see the requirements for different image sizes.
Which file format is best for accuracy?
We recommend lossless file formats like TIF and EPS to preserve the quality of your image.
Will the colors in the printed design look the same as the ones in my artwork?
We do our best to give our customers the best color match for their artwork. However, getting the exact color match is not always possible. The texture, finish, and type of material used for the project could affect the colors on the final printed product.
Should I use CMYK for my artwork?
We recommend using CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key or Black) for printed projects. This ensures that you will get the right colors in the final printed product.
Can you change my RGB file to CMYK?
Sure, we can. However, the switch can make the colors different in the final print. But don’t worry: We will send you a PDF proof of your file before we print it. This way, you can see how your project will look like before we begin printing.
How do I make the quality of my image better?
Some images appear blurry when printed. This is caused by low image resolution, which makes the artwork look pixelated. To fix this, use an image with at least 300 dpi.
Material: 16 pt. Cardstock Gloss
- Slightly thicker than the 14 pt. cardstock and exudes professionalism and high quality
- Soft velvet laminate on both sides
- Ballpoint pens with oil-based ink and permanent markers write best on the surface
Lamination: Velvet Soft Touch
Printed Side: Front and Back
Spot UV: Raised
Spot UV Side: Front Only