Table Tents

Table Tents
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Table Tents

Flat size of these tent cards is 4 x 16.25 and are printed in full color on 1 side only with high gloss UV coating.

They come scored in 3 places and have a die cut slit which help hold tents together once converted.

  • Size: 4in x 6in Table Tent
  • Ink: Process color

4in x 6in Table Tent

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4in x 6in Table Tent   (202487)
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Description:

Flat size of these tent cards is 4 x 16.25 and are printed in full color on 1 side only with high gloss UV coating.

They come scored in 3 places and have a die cut slit which help hold tents together once converted.

Size: 4in x 6in Table Tent
Ink: Process color
Form ID: 202487

  1. Choose Quantity
  2. Size

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    What are the size limits for first-class postcards?

    All postcards are not created equal, at least in the eyes of the USPS. In order to qualify for the special first-class postcard rate, a card must be rectangular in shape, at least 3.5 inches high x 5 inches long x 0.007 inches thick, and no more than 4.25 inches high x 6 inches long x 0.016 inches thick. Postcards that do not meet these regulations are treated as normal mail.

    So why would you consider a different size for your postcard? For starters, a larger size stands out better in a pile of mail. It also offers added real estate for offers, images, and text about your products and services.

    If you're not concerned about meeting the USPS guidelines for postcard rates, you might consider a slightly larger postcard (5 x 7, 5.5 x 8.5, or 6 x 9) to take advantage of these added benefits.

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  3. Color Options

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    Which color option should I choose?

    Most postcards are printed full-color on both sides, particularly those that include color images. If your postcards don't contain color images or only have them on one side, you might consider a different option instead.

    Two-color printing, as its name implies, uses two ink colors. One is typically black, but it doesn't have to be. One-color printing uses just a single color of ink. Again, black is most common, but you can choose a different color if you prefer.

    Full-color printing provides the maximum impact and visual appeal for most postcards. However, if your budget is tight, a well-conceived two-color or even one-color design can prove an acceptable alternative.

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    Front: Full-Color
    Back: Unprinted
  4. Gloss UV

  5. Paper Choices

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    100 lb. uncoated is an economical option, suitable for text. However, it does not reproduce graphics or photographs well.

    100 lb. matte is a heavyweight paper with a dull, smooth finish that handles print graphics well.

    130 lb. gloss is an elegant, heavyweight paper with a smooth, glossy finish that's perfect for high-impact graphics and photographic reproduction.

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    What are the benefits of shrink-wrapping?

    Shrink-wrapping protects against humidity, dust, and dirt; prevents damage from bending, tearing, or folding; and keeps printed items well-organized, under control, and easy to maintain. Printed materials are far easier to transport and store when they're shrink-wrapped together, rather than stacked loosely in a pile.

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  7. Comments

  8. File(s)

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    Optimal File Type
    Print ready pdf with all fonts embedded or converted to outlines, and 1/8" bleeds where required.

    Limitations
    • Solid low screens might vary in color.
    • Heavy solid coverage might crack slightly if folded.

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