PVC card service

What are PVC cards?

PVC cards are plastic cards used to print ID cards. They come in a variety of sizes, colors, and thicknesses. The most common size is called CR80, which is 3.375” x 2.2125” (the same size as credit cards). Another popular card size seen in the market is CR79, which is 3.303” x 2.051,” but note that only select card printers support this size.

Why do we recommend PVC for ID card printers?

We recommend that customers talk to an expert to determine the right card material for their printing needs. However, PVC is widely recognized as a great solution for printing ID cards since it’s durable yet flexible. You can easily print pictures, text, logos, and more on your ID card. Additionally, you can add security features – such as UV printing, luster ribbon, tactile impression, laminates, and color tactile impressions – that make it difficult to produce counterfeit cards.

Benefits Of The Aadhaar PVC Card

The latest Aadhaar PVC card has many benefits. Since it is the size of an ATM card or debit card, an individual can easily carry it inside a wallet as against the long Aadhaar letter form. It has pocket-sized variability. It is safe, secure, convenient to carry and durable. It is also instantly verifiable offline. It has digitally signed secure QR code with a photograph and has many security features.

Aadhaar PVC Card – Features & Benefits

An Aadhaar serves as a proof of identification for an individual. A unique Aadhaar Number is issued to the residents of India who apply for an Aadhaar. The Aadhaar number, which is issued to an individual is a 12-digit random number. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is the Government Authority which issues Aadhaar. Aadhaar is issued after satisfying the verification process and obtaining the minimal demographic and biometric information of an individual.

The Aadhaar number of an individual cannot be reassigned again to any other individual. Thus, there cannot be a duplicate Aadhaar number as it is linked to the individual biometrics. The UIDAI has introduced various forms of Aadhaar from time to time such as Aadhaar Letter, mAadhaar and eAadhaar for the convenience of the residents.

The latest form of Aadhar introduced by the UIDAI is the Aadhaar PVC Card. UIDAI has allowed Aadhaar reprint on polyvinyl chloride (PVC) cards.

  • Security Features Of The Aadhaar PVC Card
  • Secure QR Code
  • Micro text
  • Issue Date and Print Date
  • Embossed Aadhaar Logo
  • Hologram
  • Guilloche Pattern
  • Ghost image

Employee Card or School Cards

  • Types of PAN CARDS
  • Individual
  • HUF-Hindu undivided family
  • Company
  • Firms/Partnerships
  • Trusts
  • Society
  • Foreigners