Print quality can spell the difference between a beautiful card and a mediocre card. Learn how you can print stunning cards in this article.
Print quality refers to the appearance of the finished product and is usually evaluated in terms of Dots per Inch (DPI).
Dots per Inch indicates the number of ink dots a printer can create to reproduce every pixel in an image. The higher the number of dots the better your finished product will look. For example, an ID card printed at 300 DPI will usually yield a better finished product than one printed at 150 DPI. Thermal printers usually provide the best results.