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  • Looking for 3 x 3 magnets

    Have a job we're printing for a client

    5 x 7 postcard 4/4

    10,000

    They want us also to print up a 3 x 3 magnet / die cut involved and glue to the postcard to be mailed ?

    Anyone have a magnet source ? We were ASI, but have since cancelled our account.
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    Moved from Classifieds since this isn't a job offer.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Virgo Nightingale View Post
      Moved from Classifieds since this isn't a job offer.

      Thanks

      Found a online source that does.
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      • #4
        Can you mail a post card with a magnet glued to it?
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        • #5
          Honestly, I doubt it. The postcard has to be thin enough to go through the machinery, plus a magnet may make it 'stick' to the machine since I'm guessing parts of it are metal. Dealing with that kind of mess would probably make a few postal workers go... well... postal.
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          • #6
            Yeah you definetley can not send a mag glued to a pcard thru the mail... that will make the postal employees go postal, not to mention the person who paid for the postage, LOL You can send mags thru the mail if they are in an envelope tho.

            For an item to go thru the mail as a postcard (regardless of the amount of postage) it must be a single piece item. if something is attached to it, it must be 'permanently' attached. In other words, it can be hand processed, but if the item could possibly come off before or after it is processed, you'll get it back, and won't be delivered.

            Your best bet is to either find a different way to mail it, or a different way to attach it.
            Last edited by Ang; 08-03-2011, 11:25 PM.
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