I would agree with that: Local printers are usually much more knowledgeable.If you are looking for real quality, you should go to a local printer. Is there a reason you aren't going the traditional route? These online printers aren't usually comparable in service or quality.
Although I will look local when I buy cards again, I appreciate the ease of use. Plus, Moo has gotten awesome reviews for quality online, from what I've seen. I like that you can have them print a bunch of different card designs (for no additional charge) so I was able to mix the colors up for every 10 or so cards. I'll make a post about the quality whenever I get them.If you are looking for real quality, you should go to a local printer. Is there a reason you aren't going the traditional route? These online printers aren't usually comparable in service or quality.
I also had problems with an online printer -- the cards weren't cut at right angles. Ugh.48hourprint and psprint are a couple I've used before...but some folks have had color issues with them too. You get what you pay for with the super-cheap gangrun printers.
My advice would be to call local printers and see if any of them run a gangrun.
+1I know this might be slightly different for some...
but I love
The mini cards stand out of the crowd, and still fit in a wallet nicely.
The quality is great...it almost looks like they've been laminated in a satin laminate. (I tore one in half, and it looks like 3 layers)
...nice thickness and feel to the touch.
I'll be ordering a second set soon.