Looking for specs on what to use (paper ... / 2013-05-03

2013-05-03 Looking for specs on what to use (paper ...
Looking for specs on what to use (paper weight and size) when creating my own QSL cards, I ran into PDF qsl card creator which asks all the right questions and results in a simple and correct QSL card as a pdf file which you can then improve. Or just upload it to a QSL printing service which accepts PDF submissions.

Currently I hope to exchange 1 (one) QSL card soonish so I'll use this to help me print it. I bought 160g/sq. meter paper which should be great for QSL cards. The correct size is 140mm by 90mm. Cards to this standard should be accepted and forwarded by QSL bureaus.

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