Business Card

This is my first post but I was pleased with how these turned out. Business card I made for my son out of Proof grade medium thick acrylic. Since we own a glass company I thought these would be perfect for him.

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Nifty! That is very appropriate indeed.

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Very nice design. And welcome with your first post! You may be interested in the work that @takitus has done in engraving acrylic for a smoother finish instead of raster lines. Check this out:

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Looking good.

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What a perfect choice of material for this! Looks fantastic.

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Nice. If you get green glass acrylic from johnsonplastics it’ll look just like glass complete with the greenish cast to the edges.

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Nice!
But first thought was you need an awfully big card case now to carry a bunch of these to pass out to customers… But ideal of course for having at a desk or the counter for clients to take with them, and the coolness factor will keep his name in their heads!

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Sweet! Acrylic business cards for a glass business is inspired! :grinning:

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Thanks. Will check it out.

You’re right, there’s no way he could carry a couple in his wallet to hand out.

good choice of material

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this is actually a great idea and since i am a window manufacturer you just gave me a great idea lol.
looks fantastic!

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I love your idea. It looks great.

Great job on the cards.

I did this. I don’t have a glass company, I just wanted “glass” business cards. You won’t regret it.

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It seems like the .04” or .06” acrylic sheets I have would be good for this. Clear, not green but, thinner than the Proofgrade.

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I will try that. They are definitely a little thick with the PG.

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Before coffee, I read that as a “widow manufacturer” which I was pretty sure you shouldn’t advertise publicly…

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lol - right!!