You can save enough cash by printing your name cards yourself, provided that you have the required printers or access to computers.

For top-quality namecard printing, this article includes some technical specifications and directions.

So, if you are ready to print your name card at home, follow the following instructions and fundamentals encapsulated in this guide.  

Purchase cardstock that will work with your printer. Before you purchase the sheet, find out what the recommended cardstock size is for the machine.

The majority of name cards are mostly printed on 80 lb covering volume cardstock with a density of 215 grams per square meter. However, some companies prefer a much more sturdy material, such as 110 lb.

If you have a personal printer, look throughout the guide to see what the recommended paper size is. When using a laser printer, cardstock will be too heavy for the printer and perhaps can cause jamming or discoloration of images. 

Most printers have quite a "manual feed" slot, which is typically hidden underneath a plastic casing and sends thick paper along a straighter direction, minimizing the risk of twisting or jamming.

For printing on boxes, you'll need to change the reverse tray on certain printers; follow the detailed guidance. 

Next, print a test page. Since name cards can also use a lot of material, it's advisable to print a test page a little more before printing your finished version.

If you wouldn't want to destroy your business card sheet, print on standard printer paper and afterward keep the printed copy from over card paper to make sure that the lines compare favorably.

You may have to keep the two papers up towards the sky for sunning.