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PVC Card For Use In Canon Inkjet Printers G2000,G2010,G3000,G3010,G4000,G4010.

for Aadhar Card, College ID, Gate Pass, E-shram Card, PAN card, Driving Licence, Vaccine certificate, Voter ID, etc) 


How do I print a PVC card with an inkjet printer?

When printing on inkjet PVC cards you simply place the cards in to your tray. The printer then prints directly on to the card. The ink dries immediately. Inkjet PVC cards are just like standard PVC cards (like credit cards), but with a special coating added, which allows them to be printed using an inkjet printer.


How can you Print on PVC card ?

Once you have an Inkjet PVC Card Tray you can print on Inkjet PVC Cards. Inkjet PVC cards have a special coating applied to them that allow them to absorb the ink from your inkjet printer.


Can normal printers print on card?

Your computer and printer give you the tools you need to create and print almost any design on card stock. Card stock, a cross between thick paper and thin cardboard, gives your printed projects a professional look and feel. Most printers are capable of printing on card stock if you adjust a few settings first.


What are PVC cards made of?

PVC stands for polyvinyl chloride, an inexpensive plastic material that standard ID cards are made of. It is the generally accepted ID card material for most printing needs.



PVC card for all inkjet printers || For EPSON and Canon Printers

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