Custom Flash Card Printing Marine Cognitive Educational Card Game

Product Details
Product NameFlash Card Printing

Paper playing cards

CertificationISO9001, FSC
DesignFrom Clients,OEM
SizeDecided by Client
PrintingCMYK or Pantone
Artwork FormatAI, PDF, ID, PS, CDR
FinishingGloss or Matt Lamination, Spot UV, Emboss, Deboss and more

Lid and Bottom Box Size
Card Size

Custom Front and Back
Full Color Printing

The choice between digital and offset printing for flash cards depends on various factors, and both methods have their advantages and disadvantages.


Digital Printing: Ideal for short to medium print runs. It is cost-effective for smaller quantities because there are minimal setup costs.

Offset Printing: Becomes more cost-effective for larger quantities due to lower per-unit costs after the initial setup.


Digital Printing: Generally has lower upfront costs for short runs, as there are no plate-making expenses.

Offset Printing: While setup costs are higher, the per-unit cost decreases with larger quantities, making it more economical for bulk printing.

Turnaround Time:

Digital Printing: Offers quicker turnaround times since there is no need for plate creation. It's suitable for projects with tight deadlines.

Offset Printing: Involves a longer setup time, but it becomes more efficient for larger quantities. Not as suitable for quick turnarounds.

Color Consistency:

Digital Printing: Provides good color consistency, especially for smaller runs. It is a better choice if your flash cards require variable data or frequent design changes.

Offset Printing: Offers high-quality color reproduction and is generally more consistent for larger print runs.


Digital Printing: Advances in digital printing technology have improved print quality, making it suitable for many applications. However, offset printing can still provide a higher level of detail and color accuracy.

Offset Printing: Typically produces higher image resolution and quality, making it the preferred choice for large-scale print jobs with intricate designs.


Digital Printing: Allows for easy customization, making it suitable for projects with variable data or frequent design changes.

Offset Printing: While it can handle customization to some extent, the setup process makes it less efficient for highly variable content.

Paper Options:

Digital Printing: Offers more flexibility with paper options, including the ability to print on various textures and weights.

Offset Printing: Provides a wide range of paper options, including specialty papers, but the choices may be more limited than in digital printing.

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They are all manufactured according to the strictest international standards. Our products have received favor from both domestic and foreign markets.
They are now widely exporting to 200 countries.

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