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Integrated and Affixed Products

The cards, labels and stencils of the integrated and affixed products generally are not punched but there are occasions when the product will require some punching. Shown below are examples of two types of punching that may be required.

If the card is a tag of some type, it may require a key chain punch.
  

If the card is a badge, it may require
badge hole punching.
 


Although the card, label or stencil is not generally punched, the carrier may have a need for punching. For more details on punching of the carrier, see the related area for the type of carrier your product will have:
 

For Continuous Carriers, see:
For Unit Set Carriers, see:
For Cut Sheet Carriers, see:

  Continuous - Punching
  Unit Set - Punching
  Single Sheets - Punching
or
  Laser Sheet - Punching

 


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