About Business Cards by GFX Printing
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29 Years Online!
A history of high standards and quick production turnaround in the printing industry.
GFX Printing online since 1993.
Our very first web site way back in the early 1990s was quite funny and you may be able to find it through the Wayback Machine online (online archives) -- there were so many restrictions in what we could do, i.e. 640 pixels by 480 pixels (screen width), let alone banks and financial institutions allowing a merchant account for a technology that barely anyone even knew.
We definitely have come a long way, baby.
As a small family business, our laser beam focus has always been and will continue to be serving other small to mid-sized businesses who require high quality printing in lower quantities with budget-friendly prices -- and always a real person on the other end of the phone or email message who isn't thousands of miles away from our location -- we're really on-site.
We are celebrating 29 years of being an online printing business in 2022! We started out as a design firm in the late 1980s and in the early 1990s evolved into a wholesale fine art greeting card company ( My Sentiments® Greeting Cards). From the greeting card business, we found that there was more of a need to provide small businesses, just like ourselves, a way to promote themselves affordably, and GFX Printing was officially born in 1998.
All online color printing of postcards, business cards, bookmarks, etc. is gang run on large presses. This means that numerous files are on the same sheet with many other customers. Color reproduction is typically "pleasing", although we strive for better than that and will usually get "bang on color" -- we can't guarantee that color will be "bang on" every time, but we do guarantee that we'll do our best.
GFX and The Environment
We use soy-based inks instead of traditional petroleum-based ink. Also known as vegetable-oil ink, soy ink is a great advancement in the print industry. Soy ink is a safe and environmentally friendly ink because of its simple compound compared to petroleum–based ink. Soy ink can also be easily removed from paper, which is helpful in paper recycling because it is quicker to process the paper which leaves a smaller carbon footprint over petroleum-based inks.
Our Aqueous and UV coatings consist of very low to zero traces of volatile organic compounds (VOC) which reduces harmful components that damage the atmosphere and the surrounding environments. Our production facilities are all alcohol-free environments using only alcohol substitutes as well.
We use paper that is produced specifically for paper-making and is not produced from illegally deforested trees.
Efficient Printing Services ...
You may have imagined that high quality full color custom promotional printing takes weeks. That’s simply not true any longer. GFX can create your desired cards in days using traditional offset printing.
And you may have imagined going from 1 or 2 color printing services to custom 4-color postcard printing (also known as full color) to be a complex process. That’s simply not true; if you let GFX do it for you.
25+ Years of Online Experience
Since we have streamlined our web-based operations over the last 25+ years, we’ve developed an efficient, secure online ordering process and a dependable delivery system using UPS and other carriers for deliveries.
GFX deals in color cards, exclusively. We have an imaginative range of card products. Business promotion tools such as postcards in many available standard sizes and many other cards for you to put your image on. Use the pictorial power of color postcards. Make a memorable impression with full color business cards, too.
Costco Connection Magazine
GFX was interviewed about our online business by Costco Connection and you can click here to read about GFX Printing in Costco.
If you have an image in mind and can send it to us, you’re only a few clicks and a few days away from having the custom printing you imagined in your hands.
Page Updated: January 17, 2022