Plastic cards are produced using the latest in digital print technology. In recent years plastic cards have become everyday, essential items, in both our professional and personal lives. For identity plastic cards, the identity part of the card (be it an image or text) is an integral part of the base card, it is printed in sheet format then laminated and punched into individual plastic cards. These cards are durable and available in a range of models for different uses. Plastic cards are a good choice for the identity of participants at events such as conferences, seminars and important meetings. Interested in purchasing plastic cards? Browse through this category for various plastic cards available in Zambian stores.
Blank plastic cards, also known as PVC cards, are available in a variety of sizes and thicknesses, with the most common being the same size and thickness as a standard credit card.
Debit card is a plastic bank card used for payment for cash of goods and services available in your account, and withdraw cash from ATMs and cash desks.
Although, 100% plastic cards have a much higher longevity than paper. Research shows that plastic cards will last up to 50 times longer than a paper deck. Paper cards will bend easily, making plastic cards the better choice for rough shufflers or parents who's kids might get ahold of the deck.
Unlike paper card stock, plastic can't be run through a regular inkjet or laser printer. If you plan to print plastic cards at your home or office, make sure you are using a printer that is designed specifically for plastic. Otherwise, it is highly likely that your equipment will be damaged.
Following, you can find the most important types of plastic cards: chip cards, magnetic stripe cards, RFID cards, barcode cards and hybrid cards.
Aadhaar PVC Card: Aadhaar PVC Card is the latest form of Aadhaar introduced by UIDAI. Other than being easy to carry and durable, the PVC-based Aadhaar Card has a digitally signed Aadhaar secure QR code with photograph and demographic details with multiple security features.
Most debit cards are plastic, but there are cards made of metal, and rarely wood. Cards can be classified on the basis of their issuance, usage and payment by the card holder. There are four types of cards (a) debit, (b) credit, (c) prepaid, and (d) electronic.
The total value of the global plastic cards market has fallen by US$3bn over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the number manufactured worldwide falling by 19.7% from 37.1bn in 2019 to 29.8bn in 2020, according to the International Card Manufacturers