Joe Kundlak
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Has anyone tried to glue two print-on-demand produced cards (from Artscow or else) together for added thickness and afterwards finishing them with something for a real "snap-sound" on the table?

Does/would it work that way, as we all know POD cards are not as sturdy as most originally produced ones (or poker cards for that matter)...
 
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Nick Hayes
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This is relevant to my interests.

I am working on a game that can be easily printed using POD services. And I am planning on including cards that are designed to be cut into tokens and markers. But because the thickness of the card is so thin, my plan was to include front and back images for the tokens and have the player cut them out and glue them together.

I see no reason why this wouldn't work. My question, however, is do you know of any other PnP games that have done this?
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Joeyeti wrote:
Has anyone tried to glue two print-on-demand produced cards (from Artscow or else) together for added thickness and afterwards finishing them with something for a real "snap-sound" on the table?

I would try double-sided sticky tape. The cards won't warp and it is strong.
 
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