When you purchase an rCard, not only are you sending an original card created by you, but the image on all rCards are frame-able art prints. (It’s easy to remove the image from the card with a butter-knife.)
rCards are handmade cards (made-to-order) and are shipped the next business day. To give you an idea how rCards are “handmade” here is the process of creating the images that are attached to each rCard. Greg Duncan, at ARC Chicago has put rImages together and documented the process (even with photos)!!! Thank you very, very, much Greg!! Greg is quite the perfectionist, so he always does a great job! Be sure to give him a call if you have some printing business!!
The press these are printed on is the Ricoh Pro 751 (see pics).
We then take blank sheets of 111# Pro Digital Silk Cover and run them through a laminator to adhere adhesive to one side of the sheet (see pic).
We then roll each printed image to the blank sheet making sure there are no bubbles and the adhesive sticks (see pic).
Each sheet is hand cut with a ruler and blade to the 3″ by 3″ size of each rCards image (see pics).
These 2 cover sheets of paper sealed together make the images beautiful and much, much more sturdy than a photograph (see pic).
Manifest your good intentions and create the perfect card at rCards! Plus, give a piece of frame-able art, built-into your card!